$filename = "your/file.gif";
header("Content-Type: image/gif");
while(!feof($fn)) {
 echo fread($fn, 4096);

in fopen( , "");
the b denotes to read as binary and is only nessecary on a windows system

"Jj Harrison" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
> I am making a stats program.
> When the nessicary include file is included it does a reverse-DNS lookup
> find the remote host's DNS name. The problem with this is that is seems
> slow(at least on my test server with a DSL connection). I thought the best
> way to speed things up would be putting the entire script into a file and
> then using <img src="stats.php"> within the page. The problem is that I
> don't know how to output the image with PHP.
> The image would not be dynamic just a file on the server.
> I would appreciate peoples comments or other suggestions
> JJ Harrison
> www.tececo.com

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