Coding Challenge #2! (114)

61 Name: Albright!LC/IWhc3yc 2006-02-11 05:46 ID:ZOrP6i4R

To get this to run on my machine, I had to change line 81 to:

			$Fcheck[substr(`md5 $file`, 0, 32)][] = $file;

Don't really understand why you're not just using PHP's own md5_file(), though. Also, I found the log report much more legible if we change line 102 to:

		fwrite($f, join('=', $a) . "\n\n");

The script seems to work, but there's a glitch; if there's two or more sets of matching files in the same directory, the script reports all of those files as matching each other.

It's a good start, though. I was planning on writing something like this for myself one of these days.

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