Opens a file with form data. This file must contain the data as returned from a PDF form. Currently, the file has to be created manually by using fopen() and writing the content of HTTP_FDF_DATA with fwrite() into it. No comparable mechanism exists like that in HTML, where form data creates a variable for each input field.
Example 282. Create an FDF document identifier
// open and write the result data $fdffp = fopen("test.fdf", "w"); fwrite($fdffp, $HTTP_FDF_DATA, strlen($HTTP_FDF_DATA)); fclose($fdffp); // reopen the file with the results $fdf = fdf_open("test.fdf"); // display/process etc // close the file fdf_close($fdf);
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