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How to use PHP to read a file on the server?

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How to use PHP to read a file on the server?
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by:Roonaan
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$content = file_get_contents('filename.txt');
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Why the extra spaces are deleted?
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by:kambo_rambo
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$datafp = fopen("yourfile.txt", "r");
$line = fgets($datafp);
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