What is PhpDig?
PhpDig is a PHP MySQL based
Web Spider & Search Engine.



gzgetc — Get a character from a compressed file.


string gzgetc(zp);
int zp: File pointer


A character on success or FALSE on failure


This function returns a string with a single character in it. If the file pointer is at the end of the file then FALSE is returned if it is invalid it returns NULL.


PHP 3, PHP 4 >= 4.0b1


Example 1450. Print the contents of a compressed file

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

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