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QuestionCreating file headers in php. Pin
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Hello experts. Is it possible to create file headers in PHP? In C, I could rely on size of data types to create file headers so that if I want a specific information from the file header, I had to seek to the appropriate byte location and read what I wanted.

I am seeing this to be difficult in PHP. I don't know how I can save, for instance, the length of a string in a file header and later retrieve it at a known byte location.

I started with something like the following:

class FileHeader
{
    private $contentSize;
    private $titleLength;
    private $headerLength;
}


Because the variables can take different data types in PHP, I don't know how I can read the header information before dealing with the file. I can't tell the length that will take me to, for instance, $headerLength in the file so that I can read it since I wouldn't know the length of a particular data. It seems the number of bytes can vary for different headers of different files. Actually, I am a newbie in PHP and I don't know if there is any other way that will make such a task possible. Please help.
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