The filemtime() function in PHP is an inbuilt function which is used to return the last time of a specified file when its content was modified. The filemtime() function returns the last time the file was changed as a Unix Timestamp on success and False on failure.
The filename is passed as a parameter to the filemtime() function. The result of the filemtime() function is cached and a function called clearstatcache() is used to clear the cache.
Parameters: The filemtime() function in PHP accepts only one parameter $filename. It specifies the file which you want to check.
Return Value: It returns the last time of a file when its content was modified as a Unix Timestamp on success and False on failure.
Errors And Exception:
- The time resolution may differ from one file system to another.
- This function doesn’t works on some unix systems which have access time updates are disabled to increase performance.
Input : echo filemtime("gfg.txt"); Output : 1525159574 Input : echo "Last modified: ".date("F d Y H:i:s.", filemtime("gfg.txt")); Output : Last modified: May 1 2018 07:26:14.
Below programs illustrate the filemtime() function.
1525159574 Last modified: May 1 2018 07:26:14.
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