> I am writing a script using php's command line ability and I am lost on 
> how to work with a file when I don't kow what the file's name is.
> Example:
> script.php -f <file>
> In my script, how do I reference the file when I have no idea what it's 
> name is going to be?
> The scrip will get called by another application: the other application 
> will pipe a file to my scrip and then the scrip has to work with the 
> file and output an altered file with a new filename. I have no idea what 
> the name of the file is going to be beforehand.


Take a look at environment variables (etc).


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