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gzeof — Determines if the file pointer is at the End Of the File.


bool gzeof(zp);
int zp: File pointer


TRUE or FALSE on success, and NULL on error


If the file pointer is not at the end of the file this function returns FALSE. If it is at the end of the file it returns TRUE. If the file pointer is invalid it errors and returns NULL. This function, similar to feof() , is useful for outputting the contents of a file of unknown length, as output stops when the file ends.


PHP 3, PHP 4 >= 4.0b1


Example 1448. Print the contents of a compressed file

$gz = gzopen( 'myfile.gz', 'r');
while ( !gzeof($gz) ) {
  echo gzgetc($gz) . '<BR>';

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