PHP 7.1.0 Released

idn_to_ascii

(PHP 5 >= 5.3.0, PHP 7, PECL intl >= 1.0.2, PHP 7, PECL idn >= 0.1)

idn_to_asciiAlan adını IDNA ASCII biçimine dönüştürür

Açıklama

Procedural style

string idn_to_ascii ( string $alan [, int $seçenekler ] )

Evrenkodlu alan adını IDNA ASCII kodlu alan adına dönüştürür.

Değiştirgeler

alan

Dönüştürülecek alan adı. PHP5'te UTF-8 kodlu olmalıdır.

seçenekler

IDNA_* sabitlerinden oluşan dönüşüm seçenekleri.

Dönen Değerler

ASCII uyumlu kodlanmış alan adı.

Örnekler

Örnek 1 - idn_to_ascii() örneği

<?php

echo idn_to_ascii('täst.de');

?>

Yukarıdaki örneğin çıktısı:

xn--tst-qla.de

Ayrıca Bakınız

  • idn_to_unicode()

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edible dot email at gmail dot com
4 years ago
The notes on this function are not very clear and a little misleading.

Firstly, <=5.3, you will need to make use of one of several scripts or classes available on the internet which might, or might not, require the installation of of the intl and idn PECL extensions ...and you will need to have !<4.0 in order to be able to install both.

Secondly, if you have >=5.4 you will not require the PECL extensions.

Third, use of utf8_encode() is not necessary.  In fact, it will potentially prevent idn_to_ascii() from working at all.

On my setup it was necessary to change the charset in the script meta tags to UTF-8:

<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=UTF-8" />

...and to change charset_default in the php.ini file (/usr/local/lib/php.ini, whereis php.ini, find / -name php.ini):

default_charset = "UTF-8"

The above changes mean that idn_to_ascii() can now be used with that syntax (no need for utf8_encode()).  Previously, the function worked to convert some IDNs, but failed to convert Japanese and Cyrillic IDNs.  Further, no additional locales were enabled or added, and Apache's charset file was left unmodified.

It is also important to remember only to apply the function where required, eg:

idn_to_ascii(cåsino.com) // is wrong

...whereas...

iden_to_ascii(cåsino) // is right

...and also be aware of text editors that don't support UTF-8 encoding, or the $domain = 'cåsino' value will end up as $domain = '??????' ...and the function will fail.

I have found that Notepad++ easily and reliably handles UTF-8 encoding that works for this function using UTF-8 as the encoding option, not UTF-8 without BOM.
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