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Retrieve the path component of the URI.
The path can either be empty or absolute (starting with a slash) or rootless (not starting with a slash). Implementations MUST support all three syntaxes. Normally, the empty path "" and absolute path "/" are considered equal as defined in RFC 7230 Section 2.7.3. But this method MUST NOT automatically do this normalization because in contexts with a trimmed base path, e.g. the front controller, this difference becomes significant. It's the task of the user to handle both "" and "/". The value returned MUST be percent-encoded, but MUST NOT double-encode any characters. To determine what characters to encode, please refer to RFC 3986, Sections 2 and 3.3. As an example, if the value should include a slash ("/") not intended as delimiter between path segments, that value MUST be passed in encoded form (e.g., "%2F") to the instance.
$string = getPath();
string The URI path.
File name: wordpress-seo/vendor_prefixed/psr/http-message/src/UriInterface.php
public function getPath();