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Gets line from file and strip HTML tags


SplFileObject::fgetss

(PHP 5 >= 5.1.0)

SplFileObject::fgetssGets line from file and strip HTML tags

Description

public string SplFileObject::fgetss ([ string $allowable_tags ] )

Identical to SplFileObject::fgets(), except that SplFileObject::fgetss() attempts to strip any HTML and PHP tags from the text it reads.

Parameters

allowable_tags

You can use the optional third parameter to specify tags which should not be stripped.

Return Values

Returns a string containing the next line of the file with HTML and PHP code stripped, or FALSE on error.

Examples

Example #1 SplFileObject::fgetss() example

<?php
$str 
= <<<EOD
<html><body>
 <p>Welcome! Today is the <?php echo(date('jS')); ?> of <?= date('F'); ?>.</p>
</body></html>
Text outside of the HTML block.
EOD;
file_put_contents("sample.php"$str);

$file = new SplFileObject("sample.php");
while (!
$file->eof()) {
    echo 
$file->fgetss();
}
?>

The above example will output something similar to:

 Welcome! Today is the of . Text outside of the HTML block. 

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