On Mon, Apr 19, 2010 at 9:45 AM, Manolis Vlachakis
<vlachakis.mano...@gmail.com> wrote:
> hallo there everyone..
> i got an array from my database
> Help with Code 
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>   1. $save=split("[|;]",$listOfItems);
> and what i want i s after making some changes to the attributes on the array
> above to export them on an csv or excel format
> but directly as a message to the browser ..
> i dont want it to be saved on the server ...
> what i cant understand from the examples i found on the net ..
> is how to handle the files and which are created cause
> i just have the array in a php file nothing more...
> another thing i have in mind is to export from the ldap server the files
> directly but seems to me as the wrong way to do it
> thanks

Often when outputting csv, I usually do something like this:


$fp = fopen('php://output', 'w') or die('Could not open stream');

foreach ($data as $row) {
    // Assumes that $row will be an array.
    // Manipulate the data in $row if necessary.
    fputcsv($fp, $row);


So far, it has worked pretty well and is much faster than any other
way I have found to output the CSV data by iterating through the
arrays manually.


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