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i want to check if the end of line is reached but when i run

the code it doesn't show anything although the file has contents
my code is as following

    * @author gencyolcu
    * @copyright 2013
   $file=fopen("m.txt","r+") or exit("couldn't open file");
       echo fgets($file). "<br />";

Posted 28-Apr-13 16:44pm

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Solution 1


You can feof function to check the end of file. Please see the modified code below.
$file = fopen("m.txt","r+") or exit("couldn't open file");
while(!feof($file) {
    echo fgets($file) . "<br />";
For fgets function if you do not specify the length then it will keep reading from the stream until it reaches the end of the line.

To read a file line by line see code below.
You could try the following way
$file1 = "G:\\Events.txt";
$lines = file($file1);
foreach($lines as $line_num =?>
<?php $strFile = "G:\\Events.txt";
$hFile = fopen($strFile, "r");
while (($line = fgets($hFile)) !== false) {
    echo $line;

TheSniper105 at 29-Apr-13 0:49am
is there any way to check end of the line not file??
TheSniper105 at 29-Apr-13 1:50am
could u please format ur code can't read it
Prasad Khandekar at 29-Apr-13 1:44am
I have updated the solution, it now includes the code for reading line by line as well.

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