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What functions do you use to add library code to the currently running script?
What function do you use to find out whether a file is present on your file system?
How do you determine the size of a file?
What function do you use to open a file for reading or writing?
What function do you use to read a line of data from a file?
How can you tell when you've reached the end of a file?
What function do you use to write a line of data to a file?
How do you open a directory for reading?
What function do you use to read the name of a directory item after you've opened a directory for reading?
You can use the require() or include() statement to incorporate PHP files into the current document. You could also use include_once() or require_once().
You can test for the existence of a file with the file_exists() function.
The filesize() function returns a file's size in bytes.
The fopen() function opens a file. It accepts the path to a file and a character representing the mode. It returns a file resource.
The fgets() function reads data up to the buffer size you pass it, the end of the line, or the end of the document, whichever comes first.
The feof() function returns true when the file resource it's passed reaches the end of the file.
You can write data to a file with the fputs() function.
The opendir() function enables you to open a directory for reading.
The readdir() function returns the name of a directory item from an opened directory.