I'm having strange problem with the fputs() - it occurs only on my IIS
server but not on the Linux/apache server (I use the IIS while

The problem:

        fputs ($fp, $newVote);

It does not write the content of $newVote into the text file $fp is
pointing to. If I check the value of fputs like:

        $test   = fputs ($fp, $newVote);
        echo $test;

I get the number "0" - but notice I don't get any error messages. Does
anyone know why this acts like that? If I echo the permission of the
file I get this: 33206 (what does that mean?).

Sumarlidi Einar Dadason

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