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PHP » File Directory » fgets 
Reading a file a line at a time
 
<?
$fh = fopen('people.txt','rb');
for ($line = fgets($fh); ! feof($fh); $line = fgets($fh)) {
    $line = trim($line);
    $info = explode('|', $line);
    print '<li><a href="mailto:' . $info[0] . '">' . $info[1."</li>\n";
}
fclose($fh);
?>
//people.txt

a@example.com|Alice
b@example.org|Bill
c@example.com|Charlie
d@example.com|Lewis
  
  
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