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PhpDig is a PHP MySQL based
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dgettext — Performs a message lookup using the specified domain.


string dgettext(domain, message);
string domain: Domain to use for this message lookup
string message: Message to translate


The translated message, if a translation can be found; otherwise, the original message


dgettext() allows the default text domain to be overridden for a single message lookup. If a translation for the message can be found in the given domain, it will be returned. Otherwise, the message will be returned.


PHP Version: 3.0.7+, 4+


Example 455. Basic use of dgettext()

// Assume that several text domains have already been defined

// Look up a single message in a specified text domain using dgettext
print dgettext ('alternate_domain', 'Ann Quinn is so nice.');

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