On Sunday 01 December 2002 02:06, Rob Packer wrote:
> Okay, I'm confused... file, fopen, and fsockopen seem to say not found on
> alot valid URLs...  does this look to be correct usage?
> $url = $row[0]; // just get the url from the db
> $fp = implode ('', file ($url));
>  if (!$fp) {echo "<font color=red><b>Unable to access file</b></font>"; }
>  else { fclose($fp); echo "The link is working!"; }
> It seems I always get this warning...
> Warning: Supplied argument is not a valid File-Handle resource in
> /web/home/nrc.net/www/robert/links4.php on line 11

Which is line 11?

In the above, if link was valid and returned something then $fp would be a 
string containing the HTML source of the $url. If the link was invalid (I'm 
not sure what exactly PHP would regard as an invalid link) then PHP would 
output a warning/error message (make sure you have error reporting set to an 
appropriately high level).

file() implicitly opens and closes the file for you so no need for fclose().

Jason Wong -> Gremlins Associates -> www.gremlins.biz
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