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dbmnextkey — Gets the next key in a DBM file.


string dbmnextkey(identifier, key);
int identifier: DBM identifier
string key: DBM key


Value of the next key; FALSE if no more keys exist


Returns the value of the next key. The key can be determined by using dbmfirstkey() and then passing the key to successive calls to dbmnextkey() .


Existing since version 3.0


Example 239. List key/value pairs from DBM file

if (!$dbm = dbmopen("testdb", "n")) {
    echo "Could not create DBM file!\n";
dbminsert($dbm, "a", "z");
dbminsert($dbm, "b", "y");
$key = dbmfirstkey($dbm);
while ($key) {
    echo "$key = ", dbmfetch($dbm, $key), "<BR>\n";
    $key = dbmnextkey($dbm, $key);

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