PHP | sha1_file() Function

The sha1_file() function is an inbuilt function in PHP which is used to generate the SHA-1 hash of the text file. This function returns a string on success and returns FALSE otherwise.

Syntax:

sha1_file ( $file, $raw )

Parameters Used: This function accepts two parameters as mentioned above and described below.



  • $file: It is a mandatory parameter which specifies the file for SHA1 hash.
  • $raw: It is an optional parameter which specifies boolean values.
    • TRUE – Raw 20 character binary format.
    • FALSE – By Default. 40 character long hex number.

Return Values: The function returns a string of SHA1 hash on success and returns FALSE otherwise.

Suppose there is a file named “gfg.txt” which has the below content.

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Below programs illustrate the sha1_file() function.



Program 1:

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<?php
// PHP  program to illustrate 
// sha1_file() function
  
$gfg = sha1_file("gfg.txt");
  
echo $gfg;
  
?>

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Output:

989aa47ec7ea68605dca25b499c8414e283e8354

Program 2: With optional parameter $raw with different values TRUE and FALSE.

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<?php
// PHP  program to illustrate 
// sha1_file() function
  
// Without optional parameter
echo sha1_file("gfg.txt") . "\n";
  
// with optional parameter $raw = FALSE (by default)
// no changes in result
echo sha1_file("gfg.txt", FALSE) . "\n";
  
  
// with optional parameter $raw = TRUE 
// result changed
echo sha1_file("gfg.txt", TRUE) . "\n";
  
?>

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Output:

989aa47ec7ea68605dca25b499c8414e283e8354
989aa47ec7ea68605dca25b499c8414e283e8354
???~??h`]?%???AN(>?T

Reference: http://php.net/manual/en/function.sha1-file.php



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