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LanguageKaa.php
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1 <?php
29 class LanguageKaa extends Language {
30 
31  # Convert from the nominative form of a noun to some other case
32  # Invoked with {{GRAMMAR:case|word}}
33 
41  function convertGrammar( $word, $case ) {
42  global $wgGrammarForms;
43  if ( isset( $wgGrammarForms['kaa'][$case][$word] ) ) {
44  return $wgGrammarForms['kaa'][$case][$word];
45  }
46  /* Full code of function convertGrammar() is in development. Updates coming soon. */
47  return $word;
48  }
49 
57  public function ucfirst( $string ) {
58  if ( substr( $string, 0, 1 ) === 'i' ) {
59  return 'İ' . substr( $string, 1 );
60  }
61  return parent::ucfirst( $string );
62  }
63 
71  function lcfirst( $string ) {
72  if ( substr( $string, 0, 1 ) === 'I' ) {
73  return 'ı' . substr( $string, 1 );
74  }
75  return parent::lcfirst( $string );
76  }
77 
78 }
lcfirst( $string)
It fixes issue with lcfirst for transforming &#39;I&#39; to &#39;ı&#39;.
Definition: LanguageKaa.php:71
convertGrammar( $word, $case)
Cases: genitive, dative, accusative, locative, ablative, comitative + possessive forms.
Definition: LanguageKaa.php:41
$wgGrammarForms
Some languages need different word forms, usually for different cases.
ucfirst( $string)
It fixes issue with ucfirst for transforming &#39;i&#39; to &#39;İ&#39;.
Definition: LanguageKaa.php:57
Karakalpak (Qaraqalpaqsha)
Definition: LanguageKaa.php:29