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_n_noop() WP 2.5.0

Registers plural strings in POT file, but does not translate them.

Used when you want to keep structures with translatable plural strings and use them later when the number is known.

Example:

$message = _n_noop( '%s post', '%s posts', 'text-domain' );
...
printf( translate_nooped_plural( $message, $count, 'text-domain' ), number_format_i18n( $count ) );

No Hooks.

Return

Array. Array of translation information for the strings.

  • $0 (string)
    Singular form to be localized. No longer used.

  • $1 (string)
    Plural form to be localized. No longer used.

  • $singular (string)
    Singular form to be localized.

  • $plural (string)
    Plural form to be localized.

  • $context (null)
    Context information for the translators.

  • $domain (string)
    Text domain.

Usage

_n_noop( $singular, $plural, $domain );
$singular(string) (required)
Singular form to be localized.
$plural(string) (required)
Plural form to be localized.
$domain(string)
Text domain. Unique identifier for retrieving translated strings.
Default: null

Code of n noop: wp-includes/l10n.php VER 5.1.1

<?php
function _n_noop( $singular, $plural, $domain = null ) {
	return array(
		0          => $singular,
		1          => $plural,
		'singular' => $singular,
		'plural'   => $plural,
		'context'  => null,
		'domain'   => $domain,
	);
}