> The first one works both ways!O and im working on windows > This works fine : $loc = "./doos.txt" > This works fine : $loc = ".\doos.txt" > > The second one does work at all! > Is it in the correct order/way?
How come you say "this one works fine" to the second row and in the next deny it? Man .. Anyway. PHP was first written unix in mind thus it use unix style directory seperators eg / and not \. Reason is that \ is escape character. For example \t is tab and \n is new line. But if you still insist on using \ as directory seperator, you got to escape it using another \, for example: $loc = ".\\some\\dir\textfile.txt" -- | ,_, Jani Mikkonen, Portal System Administrator, +358456700349 |(O,O) [EMAIL PROTECTED] |( ) Public pgp key @ http://www.mikkonen.org/jani/keyw.html +-"-"-------] Save the whales, feed the hungry and free the mallocs |
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