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Return the output for a field. If you want the raw value for use in PHP for custom manipulation, you will want to use field() instead. This function will automatically convert arrays into a list of text such as “Rick, John, and Gary”

Function Definition

public function display ( $name, $single = null )

Source File: /pods/classes/Pods.php

Parameters

PARAMETER TYPE DETAILS
$name (string|array) The field name, or an associative array of parameters
$single (boolean) (optional) For tableless fields, to return an array or the first

Additional Parameter Options

OPTION TYPE DEFAULT DETAILS
name (string) $name The field name
orderby (string) null (optional) For tableless fields, you can choose to return an array of items in a specific order
single (bool) $single (optional) For tableless fields, to return the whole array or the just the first item
in_form (bool) false (optional) For internal use. If set to true, always return a full array of data

Returns

(string|null|false) The output from the field, null if the field doesn’t exist, false if no value returned for tableless fields

Examples

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