You want to return a language specific message.
When you pass
Lang::get() a key, it looks up the key in the translation tables for the current locale. If no match is found, the original key is returned.
The above will look in
app/lang/XX/message.php for a
'hello' key. (Note that XX is the current locale setting).
If your message contains placeholders, you can pass that as a second argument. Let's say
app/lang/en/message.php contains the following.
<?php return array( 'hello' => 'Hi there', 'hello2' => 'Hi there, :person', ); ?>
Then the following code would output "Hi there, Chuck".
echo Lang::get('message.hello2', ['person' => 'Chuck']);
If you want to use a specific locale instead of the current locale, you can pass a third argument.
echo Lang::get('message.hello', array(), 'en');
That would always retrieve the English version.
Translation strings are stores in the
/app /lang /en pagination.php reminders.php validation.php /es pagination.php reminders.php validation.php
Add your own files, to create additional "groups" of messages.