Look at file() and fgets() functions.
File gives you the whole file as a row per element array
e.g. ...
If ($csvfile = file("yourfile.csv"))
{       foreach($csvfile as $row)
        {       $csvarray[] = explode(",", $row);
... gives you a structure from the csv that you can walk through in php.

Using fopen and while fgets may be more efficient, especially if you don't
want the whole file
If ($fhandle = fopen("yourfile.csv", "r"))
{       while ($row = fgets($fhandle))
        {       ... // etc.

Tim Ward
Internet Chess www.chessish.com <http://www.chessish.com> 

        From:  Jack [SMTP:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
        Sent:  18 April 2002 14:18
        To:  [EMAIL PROTECTED]
        Subject:  how to get row by row from CSV file

        Dear all
        I'm a beginner of php, i tried to get the CSV file, but it return
        Column by Colume, but how i can get it in Row by Row, cause i want
to point
        to specific data i want, but not the whole file content!

        Thx a lot!


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