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PHP fgetss() Function


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Definition and Usage

The fgetss() function returns a line, with HTML and PHP tags removed, from an open file.

The fgetss() function stops returning on a new line, at the specified length, or at EOF, whichever comes first.

This function returns FALSE on failure.

Syntax

fgetss(file,length,tags)

Parameter Description
file Required. Specifies the file to check
length Optional. Specifies the number of bytes to read. Default is 1024 bytes.

Note: This parameter is required in versions prior to PHP 5

tags Optional. Specifies tags that will not be removed


Example 1

<?php
$file = fopen("test.htm","r");
echo fgetss($file);
fclose($file);
?>

The output of the code above will be:

This is a paragraph.


Example 2

<?php
$file = fopen("test.htm","r");
echo fgetss($file,1024,"<p>,<b>");
fclose($file);
?>

The output of the code above will be:

This is a paragraph.

The source of the output above will be:

<p><b>This is a paragraph.</b></p>


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