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readgzfile

Description

The readgzfile of zlib for PHP outputs a gz-file.

Syntax

readgzfile(
    string $filename,
    int $use_include_path = 0
): int|false

Parameters

filename

The file name. This file will be opened from the filesystem and its contents written to standard output.

use_include_path

You can set this optional parameter to 1, if you want to search for the file in the include_path too.

Return

Returns the number of (uncompressed) bytes read from the file on success, or false on failure

Examples

1 · filename

<?

$filename = $_SERVER["DOCUMENT_ROOT"] . "/assets/gz/1.gz";

readgzfile($filename);

?>
data

2 · use_include_path · 0

<?

$filename = $_SERVER["DOCUMENT_ROOT"] . "/assets/gz/1.gz";
$use_include_path = 0;

readgzfile($filename, $use_include_path);

?>
data

3 · use_include_path · 1

<?

$filename = $_SERVER["DOCUMENT_ROOT"] . "/assets/gz/1.gz";
$use_include_path = 1;

readgzfile($filename, $use_include_path);

?>
data

4 · return

<?

$filename = $_SERVER["DOCUMENT_ROOT"] . "/assets/gz/1.gz";

$return = readgzfile($filename);

echo PHP_EOL . $return;

?>
data
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