Writing a String to a File with a File Handle in PHP

Q

How To Write a String to a File with a File Handle in PHP?

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A

If you have a file handle linked to a file opened for writing, and you want to write a string to the file, you can use the fwrite() function. It will write the string to the file where the file pointer is located, and moves the file pointer to the end of the string. Here is a PHP script example on how to use fwrite():

<?php 
$file = fopen("/temp/todo.txt", "w");
fwrite($file,"Download PHP scripts at dev.fyicenter.com.\r\n");
fwrite($file,"Download Perl scripts at dev.fyicenter.com.\r\n");
fclose($file); 
?>

This script will write the following to the file:

Download PHP scripts at dev.fyicenter.com.
Download Perl scripts at dev.fyicenter.com.

 

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