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ftp_rmdir — Deletes a directory.


bool ftp_rmdir(, );
: FTP stream
: Directory to remove


TRUE on success or FALSE on error


Removes the specified directory for the specified FTP stream. This function sends a "RMD" message to the FTP server, remove directory permissions need to be set for this function to work. A directory must be empty before it can be deleted. Some servers do not allow the current working directory to be deleted. To delete the current working directory, use ftp_cdup() to move to the parent of the directory and then call ftp_rmdir().


PHP 3>= 3.0.13, PHP 4 >= 4.0b4


Example 373. Remove a newly created directory

$ftpStream = ftp_connect("my.ftp.server");
$loginResult = ftp_login($ftpStream, "username", "password");
if ($loginResult) {
   ftp_mkdir($ftpStream, "newdirectory");
   ftp_rmdir($ftpStream, "newdirectory");

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