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August 2010

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The |foreach filter applies the squelettes-dist/modeles/foreach.html model to display the key=>value pairs of the table to which it is applied in a legible fashion.

-  After #SET{tablo, #ARRAY{0,a,1,b,2,c,3,d}},
[(#GET{tablo}|foreach)] will return:

  • 0=> a
  • 1=> b
  • 2=> c
  • 3=> d

-  If &tab[]=aa&tab[]=bb&tab[]=cc&tab[]=dd is passed in the URL of a page,
[(#ENV{tab}|foreach)] will return :

  • 0=> aa
  • 1=> bb
  • 2=> cc
  • 3=> dd

-  If the tag to which the |foreach filter is applied is a serialised table array (refer to the PHP functions at), then it is essential to apply the |unserialize filter to it after having asterisked it just beforehand:
for example: [(#ENV*|unserialize|foreach)].

-  You can force the use of another model apart from foreach.html by calling the filter with an argument: [(#GET{tablo}|foreach{my_model})] where my_model.html is the customised model to use and which has been stored in the squelettes/modeles/ directory.

-  Example: display the list of the names of the active plugins used on the site

The modeles/plugin_list.html mode file would contain:
and would therefore be called with:

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