PHP Exercises: Get the size of a file
PHP: Exercise-39 with Solution
Write a PHP program to get the size of a file.
Sample Solution: -
<?php $myfile = fopen("/home/students/ppp.txt", "w") or die("Unable to open file!"); $txt = "PHP Exercises\n"; fwrite($myfile, $txt); $txt = "from\n"; fwrite($myfile, $txt); $txt = "w3resource\n"; fwrite($myfile, $txt); fclose($myfile); echo "Size of the file: ".filesize("/home/students/ppp.txt")."\n"; ?>
Size of the file: 30
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PHP: Tips of the Day
Get first key in a (possibly) associative array?
Starting from PHP 7.3, there is a new built in function called array_key_first() which will retrieve the first key from the given array without resetting the internal pointer. Check out the documentation for more info.
You can use reset and key:
reset($array); $first_key = key($array);
It's essentially the same as your initial code, but with a little less overhead, and it's more obvious what is happening.
Just remember to call reset, or you may get any of the keys in the array. You can also use end instead of reset to get the last key.
If you wanted the key to get the first value, reset actually returns it:
$first_value = reset($array);
There is one special case to watch out for though (so check the length of the array first):
$arr1 = array(false); $arr2 = array(); var_dump(reset($arr1) === reset($arr2)); // bool(true)
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