In PHP, how do you distinguish a File and Directory?

Reply Sat 26 Sep, 2009 05:17 pm
I'm using:

Code:$dir = dir(".");

To get the contents of the current directory.

Then I need to know which items are directories and which are files, so I'm using:

Code:while (($file = $dir->read()) !== false){

if (is_file($file) == 1) {

But on some of my *.jpg images the is file returns are null value.

And the same on:

Code:while (($file = $dir->read()) !== false){

if (is_dir($file) == 1) {

Is this an error anybody else has ever had? Have they found a way around this?

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