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the time of opening. This is useful with all-in-one file functions such as readfile(), file(), andfile_get_contents() where there is otherwise no opportunity to apply a filter to the stream priorthe contents being read.

 

I would like to have a clear explanation

 

thanks

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Instead of pasting a quote starting in the middle of a sentence, please link to a page or something where you saw that. I can't answer out-of-context questions, in that quote I don't know what "this" is referring to.

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sorry sorry I made an error when putting the above paragraph without being aware of it .

 

http://php.net/manual/en/wrappers.php.php

 

 

 

is a kind of meta-wrapper designed to permit the application of filters to a stream at the time of opening. This is useful with all-in-one file functions such as readfile(), file(), and file_get_contents() where there is otherwise no opportunity to apply a filter to the stream prior the contents being read.

 

This is what I meant . I cannot understand it

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It's saying that you can use the filter wrapper to apply one of the linked filters to something prior to the contents being read, using those functions as examples. I don't see a huge use for that since you can do the same kind of filtering after the content is read.

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