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readdir — Fetches a single entry from a directory stream that has been opened by opendir() .


string readdir(dir_stream);
resource_pointer dir_stream: Resource pointer returned by opendir()


A single directory entry (if dir_stream is a valid directory stream and the last entry in the directory has not been reached); FALSE for all other cases


readdir() retrieves a single entry from a directory that has been opened by opendir() .


From versions 3.0 and 4.0


Example 247. List all PHP files in the current working directory

// For PHP3, use: $directory = '.';
$directory = getcwd ();

$directory_stream = @ opendir ($directory)
    or die ("Could not open a directory stream for <i>$directory</i>");

while ($entry = readdir ($directory_stream)) {

    // Grab the extension of the file
    $extension = substr ($entry, strrpos ($entry, '.'));

    switch ($extension) {
        case '.php':
        case '.phps':
        case '.php3':
        case '.phtml':
            print "<br />\n$entry";

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