The FTP functions give client access to file servers through the File Transfer Protocol
The FTP functions are used to open, login and close connections, as well as upload, download,
rename, delete, and get information on files from file servers. Not all of the FTP functions
will work with every server or return the same results. The FTP functions became available with
These functions are meant for detailed access to an FTP server. If you only wish to read from or
write to a file on an FTP server, consider using the ftp:// wrapper with the Filesystem
The windows version of PHP has built-in support for the FTP extension. So, the FTP functions will
However, if you are running the Linux version of PHP, you will have to compile PHP with --enable-ftp (PHP
4+) or --with-ftp (PHP 3) to get the FTP functions to work.
PHP: indicates the earliest version of PHP that supports the function.
PHP: indicates the earliest version of PHP that supports the constant.
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