Also, if you check many URL's from the same script, make sure neither
PHP nor the browser times out. For PHP, set_time_limit() and for the
browser echo a space and flush() after each test.
Bogdan Stancescu wrote:
> Try $fp=@fopen( etc
> Tony wrote:
>> I have a database and I am writing a script to auto-update some
>> in the database.
>> That requires me to read data from database, find the URL, read the URL,
>> find the information I want, then update it in the database.
>> My problem is, for example I read one record from database who's URL is
>> And I try to read the URL with fopen() for information:
>> $fp = fopen(³http://www.comedomain.com/², ³r²);
>> if (!$fp)
>> echo ³URL not available.²;
>> If the URL is available, things will work fine.
>> But if the URL is NOT available, I will get a error saying ³attempt
>> to load
>> file ³MyFileıs URL² failed² from browser.
>> Itıs supposed to output the string ³URL not available², isnıt it?
>> Anyone know how to get around with this?
>> Tony S. Wu
>> [EMAIL PROTECTED]
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