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Snippet Name: Recursive fopen() function

Description: A small function useful for backup and other things. It's a mix between the fopen() and the mkdir() functions.

This function opens a file but also traverses the path recursively where the file is located. This is helpful for the "No such file or directory in" errors.

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Language: PHP
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Last Modified: March 11th, 2009

    FUNCTION fopen_recursive($path, $mode, $chmod=0755)
        $directory = DIRNAME($path);
        $file = BASENAME($path);
        IF (!IS_DIR($directory)) {
            IF (!MKDIR($directory, $chmod, 1)) {
                RETURN FALSE;
        RETURN FOPEN ($path, $mode);

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