Read File Contents YII PhP

There are those occasions when an entire file (text or HTML) must be read from a file and stored in a variable for subsequent use. The following code snippet outlines a function to accomplish the aforementioned premise.  Notice the “$fna” parameter.  This parameter  would contain the file name of the file to be processed.  The function returns a variable that contains the entire contents of the file.
[codesyntax lang=”php”]

		function ReadHtml($fna)
			$fh = fopen($fna, 'r');
			$theData = fread($fh, filesize($fna));
			return $theData;

The calling sequence would resemble the following:
$bod = ReadHtml(Yii::app()->basepath . ‘/views/sig.html’);
The HTML file “sig.html” is located in the “views” sub directory.  The “$bod” variable now contains the file contents entirely.
Mr. Arch Brooks, Software Engineer, Brooks Computing Systems authored this article.

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