Option b. delete all AFTER "foo", I.E. truncate the file directly after
"foo". Leaving "foo" and all the data before "foo" untouched.
From: Justin French [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
Sent: 29 November 2002 04:29
To: Jeff; [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Subject: Re: [PHP] File handling
> Quick one, how do i read a file for a key word, say "TEXt", and the delete
> the rest of the remaining file?
Do you mean:
a) how do i make sure a word (eg "foo") is in a file, and if it is, delete
all contents of the file except the word "foo" OR
b) how do i search a file for the word "foo", and delete everything in the
file AFTER the word "foo"
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