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  1. Hello. I am currently editing my register.php file, which creates the user's account, but also at the same time makes a new file - their profile page. Here is the function: // Create profile page. $handle = fopen($username.".php", 'w'); $pageContent = ""; function createProfile() { fwrite($handle, $pageContent); } createProfile(); This function works, but not when I put this code inside -> https://pastebin.com/9j3rR12v. I have tried to swap all of the " for ' but it doesn't work. What happens is the register.php page does not load at all. I
  2. <?php if (empty($count)) { $count=''; } if ($count == '') { $count ='1'; } else { $count++ ; } echo $count; echo '<br>'; ?> My goal is to make a script that increments $count ever time someone downloads the page. Can this be done without 'storing' the $count value? Or should I create a script with fwrite/fopen or $_SESSION?
  3. What is the difference between using the directory functions to change the directory and opening file as opposed to just opening the file straight? I am not sure if you can open a file in a different directory by using the directory function or not, so correct me if it is not possible. chdir("info/");$fileName="info.txt";$file=fopen($fileName,"r+"); VS $directory="info/";$fileName="info.txt";$file=fopen($directory.$fileName,"r+"); If we use the first, how do we change back to the previous directory? If both is possible, which is the better method? Outside of opening files, which is bette
  4. I am developing the file locally with LAMPP and my source file is like this: <?php echo "The server is working"; ?><?php$file=fopen("file.txt", "r") or exit("Unable to open file!");?> In the same directory is a text file named file.txt and it has a line on text in it. The output however is only The server is working. Nothing else.
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