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SplFileInfo::getBasename

(PHP 5 >= 5.2.2, PHP 7)

SplFileInfo::getBasenameGets the base name of the file

Beschreibung

public string SplFileInfo::getBasename ([ string $suffix ] )

This method returns the base name of the file, directory, or link without path info.

Parameter-Liste

suffix

Optional suffix to omit from the base name returned.

R√ľckgabewerte

Returns the base name without path information.

Beispiele

Beispiel #1 SplFileInfo::getBasename() example

<?php
$info 
= new SplFileInfo('file.txt');
var_dump($info->getBasename());

$info = new SplFileInfo('/path/to/file.txt');
var_dump($info->getBasename());

$info = new SplFileInfo('/path/to/file.txt');
var_dump($info->getBasename('.txt'));
?>

Das oben gezeigte Beispiel erzeugt eine ähnliche Ausgabe wie:

string(8) "file.txt"
string(8) "file.txt"
string(4) "file" 

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adam dot schubert at sg1-game dot net
1 year ago
If you want to get only filename and dont want to use weird:

<?php
pathinfo
($file->getBasename(), PATHINFO_FILENAME);
?>

You can use (also weird but ~better looking):

<?php
$file
->getBasename('.'.$file->getExtension());
?>

PS: Why there is getFilename ? when it returns ~same stuff as getBasename ? I have to do this ugly stuff^ instead of simple getFilename...
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schuyler dot bos at gmail dot com
1 month ago
Agreed, this is just silly.  why not make getFileName() just return the string without extension. then, there would be a method to return all the different permutations without having to do weird coding.

getBaseName()
getExtention()
getFileName()

although due to nomenclature it might make more sense to have getBaseName() return the file name without extension, since getFileName() would kinda suggest it has a file extension on it.
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