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How to get from directory every file which has prefix "_th."?

Posted on 2009-07-12
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$path[0] = URL.'v/'.$this->u['id'].'/'; $_name = _PATH.'v/'.$this->u['id'].'/';
		
		$i = 0; if($h = opendir($pth)) {
			while(false !== ($f = readdir($h))) {
				if($f <> '.' and $f <> '..' and substr($f,0,4) <> IMG_TH and substr($f,0,8) <> IMG_AV)
					if(is_readable($pth.$f))
						if(!is_dir($pth.$f)) {
							$stat = stat($pth.$f);
							$item['size'] = sprintf("%.2f",$stat['size']/1000);
							$x .= '<tr class=\'v\''; if($this->u['avatar'] == $f) $x .= 'style=\'background-color:#ccc\' '; $x .= 'onclick=\'javascript:_get("pic","'.$f.'");\'>
											<td valign=\'top\'><img src=\''.TPL.'img/dir/file.gif\' alt=\'\' /></td>
											<td valign=\'top\'><div class=\'fl\'><a href=\'#\' onclick=\'javascript:_get("pic","'.$f.'");\'>'.$f.'</a><div class=\'clearfix\' id=\''.$i.'\' style=\'display:none;\'>Do you want to delete picture?&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;<a href=\''.URL.'profile/photo/d/'.$f.'\'>Yes</a>&nbsp;&nbsp;<a href=\''.URL.'profile/photo/\'>No</a></div></div><div class=\'fr\'>'.$item['size'].'kb&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;</div></div class=\'fix\'></div></td>
											<td valign=\'top\'>'._ago($stat['mtime']).' ago</td>
											<td valign=\'top\' class=\'sp4\'><img src=\''.TPL.'img/ico/del2.gif\' class=\'pointer\' id=\'pp'.$i.'\' alt=\'delete picture\' /> <a href=\''.URL.$this->u['id'].'/p/'.substr($f,0,-4).'\'>&rarr;</a></td>
										</tr>
										<script type=\'text/javascript\'>$(document).ready(function(){$("#pp'.$i.'").click(function(){$("#'.$i.'").toggle("slow")})});</script>';
							$i++;
							
							if(!file_exists($_name.IMG_TH.$f)) include_once(URL.DIR_LIB.'thumb/'.INX.PHP.'?f='.$path[0].$f.'&w='.IMG_.'&h='.IMG_.'&id='.$this->u['id'].'&t='.$f.'&pre=th');
						}
			} closedir($h);
		} $x .= '</table></div>'; return $x;

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by:Ray Paseur
ID: 24836273
I think you might want to use scandir() and iterate over the results set.
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by:Ray Paseur
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by:Ray Paseur
ID: 24836291

<?php // RAY_temp_scandir.php
error_reporting(E_ALL);
 
$file_array = scandir( getcwd() );
$my_files = array();
 
foreach ($file_array as $name)
{
    if (substr($name,0,4) == '_th.')
    {
        $my_files[] = $name;
    }
}
 
var_dump($my_files);

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by:basic612
ID: 24836302
Use glob to return an array of file names

$files = glob('_th.*');

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ID: 24836307
Use glob to return an array of file names

$files = glob('_th.*');

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by:Ray Paseur
ID: 24836324
@basic612:  Good point.  I always forget about glob(), but it is an easy way to get the information.  

I stopped using it when I had some special characters in the file names and it was having trouble with that.  Also, I'm fairly sure that scandir() and glob() do not touch() the files, but it might be worth verifying that if the date of last use matters to the OP.

Best to all, ~Ray
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by:AndyPSV
ID: 24836388
shit
Fatal error: Call to undefined function: scandir() in C:\Program Files\WebServ\httpd\mod\u\index.php on line 25
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by:AndyPSV
ID: 24836389
anybody knows how to modify the sample above?
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by:basic612
ID: 24836397
try this one:

$files = glob('_th.*');
print_r($files);

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by:Ray Paseur
ID: 24836401
Good grief!  What level of PHP are you using?
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by:Ray Paseur
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Can you please tell us the values for the defined constants and the undefined variables in that script?
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by:AndyPSV
ID: 24836410
I get:

Array
(
    [0] => C:\Program Files\WebServ\httpd\v/1/_th.AndyPSV.gif
    [1] => C:\Program Files\WebServ\httpd\v/1/_th.AndyPSVavatar.gif
    [2] => C:\Program Files\WebServ\httpd\v/1/_th.AndyPSVavatar.jpg
    [3] => C:\Program Files\WebServ\httpd\v/1/_th.AndyPSVavatar2.gif
    [4] => C:\Program Files\WebServ\httpd\v/1/_th.AndyPSVavatar2_copy.gif
    [5] => C:\Program Files\WebServ\httpd\v/1/_th.images_11.jpg
    [6] => C:\Program Files\WebServ\httpd\v/1/_th.images_5.jpg
    [7] => C:\Program Files\WebServ\httpd\v/1/_th.images_6.jpg
    [8] => C:\Program Files\WebServ\httpd\v/1/_th.images_7.jpg
    [9] => C:\Program Files\WebServ\httpd\v/1/_th.images_8.jpg
)

But, how to get: http://localhost....../
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by:Ray Paseur
ID: 24836411
"But, how to get: http://localhost....../"

Do you mean how to turn the directory addresses into links?
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by:AndyPSV
ID: 24836413
_PATH = C:\Program Files\WebServ\httpd\
URL = http://localhost/
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by:Ray Paseur
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Sorry - the building is being closed, so I have to leave now.  I will look at it again in the morning.  Best regards, ~Ray
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by:AndyPSV
ID: 24836417
Yes, str_replace?
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by:AndyPSV
ID: 24836418
I want to be universal, after uploading to other linux machine etc
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Yes, almost certainly.  Use foreach() to iterate over the array.

Gotta go!
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by:AndyPSV
ID: 24836431
$files = glob('v/'.$this->u['id'].'/'.'_th.*');
print_r($files);

Array
(
    [0] => v/1/_th.AndyPSV.gif
    [1] => v/1/_th.AndyPSVavatar.gif
    [2] => v/1/_th.AndyPSVavatar.jpg
    [3] => v/1/_th.AndyPSVavatar2.gif
    [4] => v/1/_th.AndyPSVavatar2_copy.gif
    [5] => v/1/_th.images_11.jpg
    [6] => v/1/_th.images_5.jpg
    [7] => v/1/_th.images_6.jpg
    [8] => v/1/_th.images_7.jpg
    [9] => v/1/_th.images_8.jpg
)

now it's brilliant
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