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Requests_Cookie::parse() public WP 1.0

Parse a cookie string into a cookie object

Based on Mozilla's parsing code in Firefox and related projects, which is an intentional deviation from RFC 2109 and RFC 2616. RFC 6265 specifies some of this handling, but not in a thorough manner.

{} It's a method of the class: Requests_Cookie{}

No Hooks.

Return

Requests_Cookie. Parsed cookie object

Usage

$result = Requests_Cookie::parse( $string, $name, $reference_time );
$string (required)
-
$name **
-
Default: ''
$reference_time **
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Default: null

Code of Requests_Cookie::parse() WP 5.7.2

<?php
public static function parse($string, $name = '', $reference_time = null) {
	$parts = explode(';', $string);
	$kvparts = array_shift($parts);

	if (!empty($name)) {
		$value = $string;
	}
	elseif (strpos($kvparts, '=') === false) {
		// Some sites might only have a value without the equals separator.
		// Deviate from RFC 6265 and pretend it was actually a blank name
		// (`=foo`)
		//
		// https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=169091
		$name = '';
		$value = $kvparts;
	}
	else {
		list($name, $value) = explode('=', $kvparts, 2);
	}
	$name = trim($name);
	$value = trim($value);

	// Attribute key are handled case-insensitively
	$attributes = new Requests_Utility_CaseInsensitiveDictionary();

	if (!empty($parts)) {
		foreach ($parts as $part) {
			if (strpos($part, '=') === false) {
				$part_key = $part;
				$part_value = true;
			}
			else {
				list($part_key, $part_value) = explode('=', $part, 2);
				$part_value = trim($part_value);
			}

			$part_key = trim($part_key);
			$attributes[$part_key] = $part_value;
		}
	}

	return new Requests_Cookie($name, $value, $attributes, array(), $reference_time);
}