How to match traditional routing

see the route “

I want to match it, how can I go to deal with this traditional url?

$router->addGet('/check/(tel|nickname|email)/:param', array(
    'module' => 'index',
    'controller' => 'public',
    'action'     => 'check',
    'checktype'     => 1,
    'param'        =>  2
$router->addGet('/check/(tel|nickname|email)', array(
    'module' => 'index',
    'controller' => 'public',
    'action'     => 'check',
    'checktype'     => 1    

edited Sep '15

I was curious about it and prepared earlier some piece of code because i wrongly understood your question. I thought you want to have that query captured somehow into params. Let me place the code anyway because it is useful for me and i don't want to lose it (it is not used in my code anywhere). Some variables should be escaped and i didn't use $request->getQuery rather than using $_GET variable. The code below causes url host//check/tel/asdf/wer?test=10&test2=20 To produce

Array ( [0] => asdf [1] => wer [2] => test [3] => 10 [4] => test2 [5] => 20 )

        $router->add("/check/(tel|nickname|email)/{params:.*}", array(
            'controller' => 'index',
            'action'     => 'index',
            'params' => 2
        ))->convert('params', function ($params) {

            foreach ($a as $key => $value) {

            return $params.$slashedString;


And don't forget that only the standard "params" named property is converted from string into array automatically. Additionally you might control over the action params This is quite interesting to read. For example the foregoing link might help when you have 100 routes and you want change something for them all in one place.