Smarty マニュアル


第 3章基本構文



Template variables start with a dollar sign. They can contain numbers, letters and underscores, much like a PHP variable. You can reference arrays that are indexed numerically or non-numerically. You can also reference object properties and methods. Config file variables are an exception to the dollar sign syntax. They can be referenced with surrounding hashmarks, or with the special $smarty.config variable.

例 3-2. Variables

{$foo} <-- displaying a simple variable (non array/object){$foo[4]} <-- display the 5th element of a zero-indexed array{$} <-- display the "bar" key value of an array, similar to PHP $foo['bar']{$foo.$bar} <-- display variable key value of an array, similar to PHP $foo[$bar]{$foo->bar} <-- display the object property "bar"{$foo->bar()} <-- display the return value of object method "bar"{#foo#} <-- display the config file variable "foo"{$} <-- synonym for {#foo#}{$foo[bar]} <-- syntax only valid in a section loop, see {section}Many other combinations are allowed{$}{$foo.$bar.$baz}{$foo[4].baz}{$foo[4].$baz}{$[4]}{$foo->bar($baz,2,$bar)} <-- passing parameters{"foo"} <-- static values are allowed