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PHP » File Directory » fopen 
File open with exception checking
 
<?php
try {
    $fh = fopen("data.txt""r");
    if (! $fh) {
        throw new Exception("Could not open the file!");
    }
}
catch (Exception $e) {
    echo "Error (File: ".$e->getFile().", line ".
          $e->getLine()."): ".$e->getMessage();
}
?>
  
  
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