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I want to display the contents of a directory..
i have the following code..
It gives the output in one column only... like
file1
file2
file3
file4
.
.
.
.
.

Since there are lot of files so this column gets very long..i want to display the x number of files in each column..
like if there are 22 files..
then
file 1 file 11 file 21
file 2 . file 22
file 3 ..
.
.
.
file 10 file 20

This was just an example..I know it can be done by using <td> but i dont know how to do it with loop.
Please help me.


$dir = './';
$handle = opendir($dir);
//$count = 0;
while (($file = readdir($handle)) !== false)
{
if ( !in_array($file, array('.', '..') ) )
{
echo basename($file, '.php') ."<br />\n";
//$count++;

}
}
//print "$count";
closedir($handle);



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Here's another one:

 

function dirList ($directory)

{

 

// create an array to hold directory list

$results = array();

 

// create a handler for the directory

$handler = opendir($directory);

 

// keep going until all files in directory have been read

while ($file = readdir($handler)) {

 

// if $file isn't this directory or its parent,

// add it to the results array

if ($file != '.' && $file != '..')

$results[] = $file;

}

 

// tidy up: close the handler

closedir($handler);

 

// done!

return $results;

 

}


But I want somebody to help me on haw to delimit the number of items I want to be displayed in this code. I mean I want to put Next and Previous buttons. dividing the results through paging.

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