It is not possible to get the database as client is not ready for that
(Can't help it - you know).
I am thinking - I will take the data in an array first - change it and
flush back to file again. Is there any command to flush back the whole
array in to file (each array element will become one line) or do I need to
write one by one line ?
At 04:59 AM 5/23/02 +0300, you wrote:
>Get a database working! That's definitely worth investing some time in -
>apart from the obvious speed avdantages, you'd learn a lot.
>About your question, AFAIK you can only do it by reading from one file and
>writing to a temp file, then moving the temp over the original - pretty
>clumsy, if you ask me... ;-)
>>I have one file with following format
>>No. | Name | Email | status
>>1 | Manisha | [EMAIL PROTECTED] | Pending
>>2 | Neha | [EMAIL PROTECTED] | Reject
>>3 | Aish | [EMAIL PROTECTED] | Pending
>>I want to update status change against that line. e.g For sr no 1 - I
>>want to change the status from Pending to Accepted. I read about the
>>fseek / fwrite command, but did not came across the delete the line from
>>file. I believe fseek command will write a line starting from pointer but
>>will not overwrite.
>>I am using PHP3 and no database is available (That's the main problem).
>>And many times I need to seek the record (line) , change it and store back.
>>I may be asking some silly questions as I am very very new to PHP. Please
>>bear with me.
>>Thanks in advance
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