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scandir( $path) returns the searched result in array.

$result = scandir(directory, order, context)

  • it returns false on failure.


<?php

$r = scandir("/etc/");
print_r( $r);

?>


Below is another example to find files in regexp.

// Programmed by Chun Kang - 2020-03-27
function findfiles( $path, $regexp="", $order=0)
{
    $r = scandir( $path, $order); // $order: 0->ascending / 1->descending
    if ($r==false) $ret=$r;
    else
    {
        $ret=array();
        $i=count($r)-1;
        for($i=0; $i<count($r); $i++)
        {
            if (
            		(($regexp=="") || preg_match('/' . $regexp . '/', $r[$i]))
            		&& strlen($r[$i])
            		&& $r[$i]!='.'
            		&& $r[$i]!='..'
            	) $ret[]=$r[$i];
        }
    }
    return $ret;
}

$r = findfiles( "/repostirory", "qsok(.*)mysql");
print_r($r);