How can I check if an element has a CSS class that matches a value in an array?

ru flag

In Drupal 9, I'm trying to check if an element has a certain css class using hasClass().

<p{{ attributes }}>Does this element have my css class?</p>

{% if attributes.hasClass('my-css-class') %}
  <p>Yes it does!</p>
{% else %}
  <p>No it doesn't.</p>
{% endif %}

Instead of checking for one class, I would like to check if my element has one of the classes contained in an array.

  set my_css_classes = [

How can I check if my element has a class that matches one (or more) of the values in the my_css_classes array?

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cn flag
Loop over my_css_classes and check for each class?
ve flag

Yeah, a simple loop should do:

{% set class_match = null %}

{% for class in my_css_classes %}
  {% if attributes.hasClass(class) %}
    {% set class_match = true %}
  {% endif %}
{% endfor %}

{% if class_match %}
  <p>Match exists</p>
{% endif %}
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ru flag
Thank you @Prestoraurus! Works like a charm.
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