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How to get File attributes (size,version,modified date,etc) using PHP

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I'm using IIS and I need that from a PHP file, to get the attributes of a file , for example the size,version,modified date,creation... how can I do this?
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try this thread I think its what your looking for :

http://www.experts-exchange.com/Web/Web_Languages/PHP/Q_20734325.html?query=file+attributes&topics=103

If this is not what your looking for let us know and we'll get you a solution right away,

Cheers,
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also for a reference list of all the availible PHP commands on files check out the following site :

http://www.php.net/manual/en/ref.filesystem.php

the following inparticular I think is what your looking for:

fileatime -- Gets last access time of file
filectime -- Gets inode change time of file
filegroup -- Gets file group
fileinode -- Gets file inode
filemtime -- Gets file modification time
fileowner -- Gets file owner
fileperms -- Gets file permissions
filesize -- Gets file size
filetype -- Gets file type

Cheers.
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