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PHP, Filesystems and File I/O

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One of the benefits of PHP being a server side scripting environment is that it gives the web developer easy access to the filesystem of the server on which the web server is running. This gives us the ability to create, open, delete, read and write to files. We can also traverse the directory hierarchy of the server systems to do things like get directory listings and create new sub-directories (see [[Working with Directories in PHP]]).

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