2013-08-25 02:20 阅读 113


Is it possible to use date as a filename when creating/opening one with fopen? I have a form that writes user data to txt file, but I would like that everytime user submits info, new txt file is generated with date in file name.

Here is my try

$fh = fopen($myFile, 'w') or die("can't open file");
fwrite($fh, $upisufajl);

Error I'm getting is

Warning: fopen() [function.fopen]: Filename cannot be empty in /home/...

And how could I encode it in UTF8, so that it supports special characters (čćšđž)?


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    doujianwei8217 doujianwei8217 2013-08-25 02:30

    Jeremy, you are getting that error because your variable is misnamed:

    $myfile= .... pen($myFile ....
       ^                 ^
       '-----------------'--------- see?

    The second issue you have (regarding file encoding) is because text files are usually in plain ascii. If you want to save in UTF-8, it's perfectly fine...just make sure the string you are saving is in UTF-8.


    file_put_contents($myfile, utf8_encode($upisufajl));
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