Amit Dhamu

Writes Code

Write To A Text File

Example

$file = fopen("text.txt", "w");
fwrite($file, "My new sentence");
fclose($file);


fopen() modes interpolated from PHP.net

// Open for reading only; place the file pointer at the beginning of the file.
'r'    

// Open for reading and writing; place the file pointer at the beginning of the file.
'r+'   

// Open for writing only; place the file pointer at the beginning of the file and truncate the file to zero length. 
// If the file does not exist, attempt to create it.
'w'   

// Open for reading and writing; place the file pointer at the beginning of the file and truncate the file to zero length. 
// If the file does not exist, attempt to create it.
'w+'   

// Open for writing only; place the file pointer at the end of the file. 
// If the file does not exist, attempt to create it.
'a'  

// Open for reading and writing; place the file pointer at the end of the file. 
// If the file does not exist, attempt to create it.
'a+'  

// Create and open for writing only; place the file pointer at the beginning of the file. 
// If the file already exists, the fopen() call will fail by returning FALSE and generating an error of level E_WARNING. 
// If the file does not exist, attempt to create it.
'x'  

// Create and open for reading and writing; otherwise it has the same behavior as 'x'.
'x+'    

// Open the file for writing only. If the file does not exist, it is created. 
// If it exists, it is neither truncated (as opposed to 'w'), nor the call to this function fails (as is the case with 'x'). 
// The file pointer is positioned on the beginning of the file. 
'c'  

// Open the file for reading and writing; otherwise it has the same behavior as 'c'.
'c+'


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