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The PHP file_put_contents() function , file_put_contents php
Posted on: September 24, 2009 at 12:00 AM
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The PHP file_put_contents() function is used to write the string into a file. It is identical to using the fopen(), fwrite() and fclose() functions.

Learn how to use file_put_contents() function in PHP

Example of the PHP file_put_contents() function

Description

Syntax of file_put_contents() PHP

file_put_contents(file_name,data_to_file,[file_mode,[file_context]])

It writes the data to the file .It overwrites the previous contents.

file_mode mode for the file writing with the constant values

  • FILE_USE_INCLUDE_PATH
  • FILE_APPEND
  • LOCK_EX

Code & Example of file_put_contents() PHP

<?php

$string1=file_get_contents("c:/rose1/ram.txt");

echo $string1;

$data1="\nindia is my country";

file_put_contents("c:/rose1/ram.txt",$data1);

$string2=file_get_contents("c:/rose1/ram.txt");

echo "<br>".$string2;

?>

Output

1.

welcome to rosindia welcome to rosindia welcome to rosindia
india is my country

2. 

india is my country
india is my country

 

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Posted on: September 24, 2009

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