• No()
  • No(bool $locale)

Validates if value is considered as "No".

v::no()->validate('N'); // true
v::no()->validate('Nay'); // true
v::no()->validate('Nix'); // true
v::no()->validate('No'); // true
v::no()->validate('Nope'); // true
v::no()->validate('Not'); // true

This rule is case insensitive.

If $locale is TRUE, it will use the value of [nl_langinfo][] with NOEXPR constant, meaning that it will validate the input using your current location:

setlocale(LC_ALL, 'ru_RU');
v::no(true)->validate('нет'); // true

Be careful when using $locale as TRUE because the it's very permissive:

v::no(true)->validate('Never gonna give you up 🎵'); // true

Besides that, with $locale as TRUE it will consider any character starting with "N" as valid:

setlocale(LC_ALL, 'es_ES');
v::no(true)->validate('Yes'); // true


  • Booleans


Version Description
0.7.0 Created

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