# Re: [PHP] Filesystem path creation function

On 5 October 2010 09:07, Gary <php-gene...@garydjones.name> wrote:
> Does such a thing exist in php? My searches have lead nowhere.
>
> What I am looking for is a function which you would pass two parts of a
> path to (which might be a directory and a filename, say) and it would
> return a string containing the parameters separate by the correct number
> of path separators according to the current OS.
>
> For example:
>
> <?php
> $d = 'foo'; >$f = 'bar';
> $path = createPathString($d, $f); > ?> > > Would result in 'foo\bar' (Windows), 'foo/bar' (*n*x). > > And > <?php >$d = 'foo/'; // note the trailing slash
> $f = 'bar'; >$path = createPathString($d,$f);
> ?>
>
> on *n*x would also result in 'foo/bar' (i.e. the path would only contain
> one "/").
>
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Yep.

function createPathString($d,$f){return $d. DIRECTORY_SEPARATOR .$f;}

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