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DOMDocument->save()

DOMDocument->save()

DOMDocument->save() --  Dumps the internal XML tree back into a file

Description

class DOMDocument {

mixed save ( string filename )

}

Creates an XML document from the DOM representation. This function is usually called after building a new dom document from scratch as in the example below.

Parameters

filename

The path to the saved XML document.


Return Values

Returns the number of bytes written or FALSE if an error occured.

Examples

Example 1. Saving a DOM tree into a file

<?php

$doc
= new DOMDocument('1.0');
// we want a nice output
$doc->formatOutput = true;

$root = $doc->createElement('book');
$root = $doc->appendChild($root);

$title = $doc->createElement('title');
$title = $root->appendChild($title);

$text = $doc->createTextNode('This is the title');
$text = $title->appendChild($text);

echo
'Wrote: ' . $doc->save("/tmp/test.xml") . ' bytes'; // Wrote: 72 bytes

?>


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