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wpdb::prepare() public WP 2.3.0

Prepares a SQL query for safe execution.

Uses sprintf()-like syntax. The following placeholders can be used in the query string: %d (integer) %f (float) %s (string)

All placeholders MUST be left unquoted in the query string. A corresponding argument MUST be passed for each placeholder.

Note: There is one exception to the above: for compatibility with old behavior, numbered or formatted string placeholders (eg, %1$s, %5s) will not have quotes added by this function, so should be passed with appropriate quotes around them.

Literal percentage signs (%) in the query string must be written as %%. Percentage wildcards (for example, to use in LIKE syntax) must be passed via a substitution argument containing the complete LIKE string, these cannot be inserted directly in the query string. Also see wpdb::esc_like().

Arguments may be passed as individual arguments to the method, or as a single array containing all arguments. A combination of the two is not supported.

Examples:

$wpdb->prepare( "SELECT * FROM `table` WHERE `column` = %s AND `field` = %d OR `other_field` LIKE %s", array( 'foo', 1337, '%bar' ) );
$wpdb->prepare( "SELECT DATE_FORMAT(`field`, '%%c') FROM `table` WHERE `column` = %s", 'foo' );

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

Хуков нет.

Возвращает

String/null. Sanitized query string, if there is a query to prepare.

Использование

$wpdb = new wpdb();
$wpdb->prepare( $query, ...$args );
$query(string) (required)
Query statement with sprintf()-like placeholders.
$args(array/mixed) (required)
The array of variables to substitute into the query's placeholders if being called with an array of arguments, or the first variable to substitute into the query's placeholders if being called with individual arguments.
...$args(mixed) (required)
Further variables to substitute into the query's placeholders if being called with individual arguments.

Changelog

Since 2.3.0 Introduced.
Since 5.3.0 Formalized the existing and already documented ...$args parameter by updating the function signature. The second parameter was changed from $args to ...$args.

Код wpdb::prepare() WP 5.5.1

<?php
public function prepare( $query, ...$args ) {
	if ( is_null( $query ) ) {
		return;
	}

	// This is not meant to be foolproof -- but it will catch obviously incorrect usage.
	if ( strpos( $query, '%' ) === false ) {
		wp_load_translations_early();
		_doing_it_wrong(
			'wpdb::prepare',
			sprintf(
				/* translators: %s: wpdb::prepare() */
				__( 'The query argument of %s must have a placeholder.' ),
				'wpdb::prepare()'
			),
			'3.9.0'
		);
	}

	// If args were passed as an array (as in vsprintf), move them up.
	$passed_as_array = false;
	if ( is_array( $args[0] ) && count( $args ) === 1 ) {
		$passed_as_array = true;
		$args            = $args[0];
	}

	foreach ( $args as $arg ) {
		if ( ! is_scalar( $arg ) && ! is_null( $arg ) ) {
			wp_load_translations_early();
			_doing_it_wrong(
				'wpdb::prepare',
				sprintf(
					/* translators: %s: Value type. */
					__( 'Unsupported value type (%s).' ),
					gettype( $arg )
				),
				'4.8.2'
			);
		}
	}

	/*
	 * Specify the formatting allowed in a placeholder. The following are allowed:
	 *
	 * - Sign specifier. eg, $+d
	 * - Numbered placeholders. eg, %1$s
	 * - Padding specifier, including custom padding characters. eg, %05s, %'#5s
	 * - Alignment specifier. eg, %05-s
	 * - Precision specifier. eg, %.2f
	 */
	$allowed_format = '(?:[1-9][0-9]*[$])?[-+0-9]*(?: |0|\'.)?[-+0-9]*(?:\.[0-9]+)?';

	/*
	 * If a %s placeholder already has quotes around it, removing the existing quotes and re-inserting them
	 * ensures the quotes are consistent.
	 *
	 * For backward compatibility, this is only applied to %s, and not to placeholders like %1$s, which are frequently
	 * used in the middle of longer strings, or as table name placeholders.
	 */
	$query = str_replace( "'%s'", '%s', $query ); // Strip any existing single quotes.
	$query = str_replace( '"%s"', '%s', $query ); // Strip any existing double quotes.
	$query = preg_replace( '/(?<!%)%s/', "'%s'", $query ); // Quote the strings, avoiding escaped strings like %%s.

	$query = preg_replace( "/(?<!%)(%($allowed_format)?f)/", '%\\2F', $query ); // Force floats to be locale-unaware.

	$query = preg_replace( "/%(?:%|$|(?!($allowed_format)?[sdF]))/", '%%\\1', $query ); // Escape any unescaped percents.

	// Count the number of valid placeholders in the query.
	$placeholders = preg_match_all( "/(^|[^%]|(%%)+)%($allowed_format)?[sdF]/", $query, $matches );

	if ( count( $args ) !== $placeholders ) {
		if ( 1 === $placeholders && $passed_as_array ) {
			// If the passed query only expected one argument, but the wrong number of arguments were sent as an array, bail.
			wp_load_translations_early();
			_doing_it_wrong(
				'wpdb::prepare',
				__( 'The query only expected one placeholder, but an array of multiple placeholders was sent.' ),
				'4.9.0'
			);

			return;
		} else {
			/*
			 * If we don't have the right number of placeholders, but they were passed as individual arguments,
			 * or we were expecting multiple arguments in an array, throw a warning.
			 */
			wp_load_translations_early();
			_doing_it_wrong(
				'wpdb::prepare',
				sprintf(
					/* translators: 1: Number of placeholders, 2: Number of arguments passed. */
					__( 'The query does not contain the correct number of placeholders (%1$d) for the number of arguments passed (%2$d).' ),
					$placeholders,
					count( $args )
				),
				'4.8.3'
			);
		}
	}

	array_walk( $args, array( $this, 'escape_by_ref' ) );
	$query = vsprintf( $query, $args );

	return $this->add_placeholder_escape( $query );
}