[development] Drupal 6.x hook_menu question regarding use of wildcards

Ron Parker sysop at scbbs.com
Fri Feb 15 18:23:02 UTC 2008

Chris Johnson wrote:

>Um, array(3)->nid is not valid PHP syntax.  Is that what you really meant?
That's my question.  I'm trying to figure out if  the wildcard value can 
be used in such a way.  In my example, the wildcard is %node, which is 
equal to ($node = node_load(arg(3)).  array(3) is now equal to $node.  
So, is there a way to write the equivalant of $node->nid or $node->title?

>On Fri, Feb 15, 2008 at 9:35 AM, Ron Parker <sysop at scbbs.com> wrote:
>>I'm trying to figure out if I can use wildcards in this manner:
>> <?php
>>   $items['node/agenda/list/%node'] = array(
>>     'title callback' => 'node_page_title',
>>     'title arguments' => array(3),
>>     'page callback' => 'agenda_list',
>>     'page arguments' => array(3)->nid,
>>     'access callback' => 'user_access',
>>     'access arguments' => array('view agenda'),
>>     'type' => MENU_CALLBACK
>>   );
>> ?>
>> Since array(3) represents node_load(arg(3)), can I use the statement
>>array(3)->nid for the node id. Or, for that matter, array(3)->type for the
>>node type?
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