rundiz/serializer

The Serializer classes provide functional with serialization such as check if string is serialized. It is supported unicode text.

v1.0.1 2017-05-06 17:31 UTC

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The Serializer classes provide functional with serialization such as check if string is serialized, maybe serialize, or maybe unserialize for prevent double serialization. This Serializer also supported unicode text.

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Example:

Check if string is serialized:

$Serializer = new \Rundiz\Serializer\Serializer();

$serialized_string = 's:54:"this is a string. สตริงภาษาไทย";';
$faked_serialized_string = 's:12:"fake serialized string";';

var_dump($Serializer->isSerialized($serialized_string);// true
var_dump($Serializer->isSerialized($faked_serialized_string);// false

Or you can use static methods from \Rundiz\Serializer\SerializerStatic class with the same method as \Rundiz\Serializer\Serializer class.

$serialized_string = 's:54:"this is a string. สตริงภาษาไทย";';

var_dump(\Rundiz\Serializer\SerializerStatic::isSerialized($serialized_string));// true

Check first if data is not serialized then serialize it:

$raw_data = array('mango', 'tree' => array('mango', 'banana'));

echo $Serializer->maybeSerialize($raw_data);// a:2:{i:0;s:5:"mango";s:4:"tree";a:2:{i:0;s:5:"mango";i:1;s:6:"banana";}}
echo \Rundiz\Serializer\SerializerStatic::maybeSerialize($raw_data);// a:2:{i:0;s:5:"mango";s:4:"tree";a:2:{i:0;s:5:"mango";i:1;s:6:"banana";}}

Check first if data is not unserialized then unserialize it:

$serialized_data = 'i:-5436;';

echo $Serializer->maybeUnserialize($serialized_data);// -5436 (integer)
echo \Rundiz\Serializer\SerializerStatic::maybeUnserialize($serialized_data);// -5436 (integer)
echo \Rundiz\Serializer\SerializerStatic::maybeUnserialize(-5436);// -5436 (integer)

For more example, please look inside tests folder.