I use _x() now! I accepted the answer just because he understood right and was first. So don't get confused!
$like_me_on = __('Like me on %s', 'my-plugin'); $like_us_on = __('Like us on %s', 'my-plugin'); $follow_me_on = __('Follow me on %s', 'my-plugin'); $follow_us_on = __('Follow us on %s', 'my-plugin'); $my_x_profile = __('My %s profile', 'my-plugin'); $our_x_profile = __('Our %s profile', 'my-plugin');
I have this code and i read about _n() and saw only examples with $count on wordpress codex.
The text is for a bunch of social services that will later be %s, if i would use _n then i would have this variables combined, but the translation string would be more complicated to read. So what is best practice and is this intended for pronouns or just for numbers?