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(PHP 3>= 3.0.6, PHP 4 )

fdf_save -- Save a FDF document


bool fdf_save ( resource fdf_document [, string filename])

The fdf_save() function saves a FDF document. The resulting FDF will be written to filename. Without a filename fdf_save() will write the FDF to the default PHP output stream.

See also fdf_save_string(), fdf_create() and fdf_close().

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karsten at k-fish dot de
12-Apr-2003 12:18
The doc says that an empty file name will cause PHP to output the FDF to 'stdout'. I had no success on this (with PHP 4.2.3 and fdftk v5): no string, an empty string and null all returned a message complaining about 'wrong parameter count'.

So I used the way (saving to a file and using passthru) given as an example on the page describing fdf_create(), and added a uniqid(rand(),1) to the filename to avoid clashes. This worked well.

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