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Charles Killmer

---------- Original Message ----------------------------------
From: "Craig Westerman" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Date: Tue, 30 Apr 2002 18:29:37 -0500

When I run this the first time, file.txt contains value of 30. Then I add 15
to it with following script and file now contains value of 45. I look at
file.txt after write and it does indeed contain number 45. But when I run
script 24 hours later via cron job, it still thinks file.txt is holding
number 30. Is $file somehow retaining value of 30 and not getting new value
of 45 when script runs second time? What is it called when this happens?


$file = file('/usr/home/xyz/file.txt'); //file.txt contains value of 30

$number = "15";

$newnumber = $file + $number; //$newnumber now is 45

$fp = fopen('/usr/home/xyz/file.txt','w');
fputs($fp,"$newnumber"); // write value 45 to file.txt



Craig ><>

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