Laravel Collection contains() and containsStrict() Methods Example

By Hardik Savani | April 17, 2020 | Category : Laravel


Hi Dev,

This tutorial will provide example of laravel collection contains value example. This tutorial will give you simple example of laravel collection check if value exists. you'll learn laravel collection contains array. i explained simply about laravel eloquent collection contains. Let's get started with laravel eloquent if contains.

I will give you some examples of how to check value is exists or not in collection in laravel. you can easily add array in laravel 5, laravel 6 and laravel 7.

Let's see example:

Example 1: Laravel Collection Contains Example

public function index()

{

$collection = collect([

'Mumbai',

'New York',

'London',

'Rajkot'

]);

$collection->contains('Rajkot'); /* true */

$collection->contains('Paris'); /* false */

}

Example 2: Laravel Collection Contains with Key Value Check

public function index()

{

$collection = collect([

['id'=>1, 'name'=>'Hardik'],

['id'=>2, 'name'=>'Vimal'],

['id'=>3, 'name'=>'Harshad'],

['id'=>4, 'name'=>'Harsukh'],

]);

$collection->contains('name', 'Harshad'); /* true */

$collection->contains('name', 'Mahesh'); /* false */

}

Example 3: Laravel Eloquent with Collection Contains

public function index()

{

Product::create(['name'=>'Silver', 'price'=>150]);

Product::create(['name'=>'Bronze', 'price'=>250]);

Product::create(['name'=>'Gold', 'price'=>50]);

Product::get()->contains('name', 'Gold'); /* true */

Product::get()->contains('name', 'Red'); /* false */

Product::get()->contains('price', 50); /* true */

}

Example 4: Laravel Collection Contains with function

public function index()

{

Product::create(['name'=>'Silver', 'price'=>150]);

Product::create(['name'=>'Bronze', 'price'=>250]);

Product::create(['name'=>'Gold', 'price'=>50]);

Product::get()->contains(function($key, $value) {

return $value->price > 100;

}); // true

}

Example 5: Laravel Collection Contains with function

public function index()

{

$collection = collect([100, 150, 200, 250, 300]);

$collection->containsStrict('150'); /* false */

$collection->containsStrict(150); /* true */

}

I hope it can help you...




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