Yeah they are, actaully I switched it to a static name and then added the time stamp as part of the information I'm gathering. Now I just re-write the file on each log in.
John Holmes wrote: >You can't use wildcards. Use a system() or exec() call to do it. > >Why use the datetime part at all? The usernames are unique, right? > >---John Holmes... > > > >>-----Original Message----- >>From: Tom Ray [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] >>Sent: Tuesday, June 11, 2002 11:06 PM >>To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] >>Subject: [PHP] Unlink question more or less >> >>I want to use unlink() to delete a wildcard, but at the moment I keep >>getting parse errors. Here's what happening: >> >>I'm mucking around with some login stuff, when a user logs in it >> >> >writes > > >>a flat file that collects some information about them, the flat file >> >> >is > > >>created with the name username.dateyeartime Now each time they log in >> >> >I > > >>want to delete that file and replace it with the new file that has the >>latest dateyeartime ending on it. I've tried unlink (username.*); but >>that returns an error. Is there a way for unlink() to recongize >>wildcards? If not how would I do this? >> >> >>-- >>PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) >>To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php >> >> > > >. > > >