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mongoregex(3) [php man page]

MONGOREGEX(3)								 1							     MONGOREGEX(3)

The MongoRegex class

This class can be used to create regular expressions. Typically, these expressions will be used to query the database and find matching strings. More unusually, they can be saved to the database and retrieved. Regular expressions consist of four parts. First a / as starting delimiter, then the pattern, another / and finally a string containing flags. Example #1 Regular expression pattern /pattern/flags MongoDB recognizes six regular expression flags: o i: Case insensitive o m: Multiline o x: Can contain comments o l: locale o s: dotall, "." matches everything, including newlines o u: match unicode CLASS SYNOPSIS
MongoRegex MongoRegex Fields o public string$regex o public string$flags Methods o public MongoRegex::__construct (string $regex) o public string MongoRegex::__toString (void ) PHP Documentation Group MONGOREGEX(3)

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MONGO(3)								 1								  MONGO(3)

The Mongo class [deprecated]

A connection between PHP and MongoDB. This class extends MongoClient and provides access to several deprecated methods. For backwards compatibility, it also defaults the "w" option of its constructor argument to 0, which does not require write operations to be acknowledged by the server. See MongoClient.__construct(3) for more information. Warning This class has been DEPRECATED as of version 1.3.0. Relying on this feature is highly discouraged. Please use MongoClient instead. CLASS SYNOPSIS
Mongo Mongoextends MongoClient Methods o protected bool Mongo::connectUtil (void ) o publicstatic int Mongo::getPoolSize (void ) o public string Mongo::getSlave (void ) o public bool Mongo::getSlaveOkay (void ) o public array Mongo::poolDebug (void ) o publicstatic bool Mongo::setPoolSize (int $size) o public bool Mongo::setSlaveOkay ([bool $ok = true]) o public string Mongo::switchSlave (void ) Inherited methods o public bool MongoClient::close ([boolean|string $connection]) o public bool MongoClient::connect (void ) o public array MongoClient::dropDB (mixed $db) o public MongoDB MongoClient::__get (string $dbname) o publicstatic array MongoClient::getConnections (void ) o public array MongoClient::getHosts (void ) o public array MongoClient::getReadPreference (void ) o public array MongoClient::getWriteConcern (void ) o public bool MongoClient::killCursor (string $server_hash, int|MongoInt64 $id) o public array MongoClient::listDBs (void ) o public MongoCollection MongoClient::selectCollection (string $db, string $collection) o public MongoDB MongoClient::selectDB (string $name) o public bool MongoClient::setReadPreference (string $read_preference, [array $tags]) o public bool MongoClient::setWriteConcern (mixed $w, [int $wtimeout]) o public string MongoClient::__toString (void ) PHP Documentation Group MONGO(3)

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