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Replied to Artisan Command Optional Array Argument

Yes it can: https://laravel.com/docs/6.x/artisan#input-arrays

But perhaps it can't be defined as optional.

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Replied to Artisan Command Optional Array Argument

Thanks, but I have read the documentation and what you cite is how to define an optional argument of string type. I am looking for how to define an optional argument of array type.

This does not work:

email:send {user*?}

My goal is to make a command that without argument processes all projects. However if provided an argument of project id:s, it will only process those particular projects.

Oct
09
1 week ago
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Replied to Artisan Command Optional Array Argument

What I am looking for is a way to define an optional argument of the type array. I want the command to accept no argument or an array argument. Your example will unfortunately give me an error if no argument is entered.

Oct
08
1 week ago
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Started a new Conversation Artisan Command Optional Array Argument

It is possible to define an argument of an artisan command as optional by the question mark:

protected $signature = 'build:car {brand?}';

It is also possible do define an argument as an array by using the asterisk.

protected $signature = 'build:car {brands*}';

However I can't find out how to define the argument as an optional array. Combining the asterisk and question mark doesn't seem to work.