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executing glob("a?.php") on the same list of files will only return aa.php and ab.php because as mentioned, the ? is the equivalent of pcre's dot, and is not the same as pcre's ?, which would match or of the previous character. glob's regex also supports character classes and negative character classes, using the syntax  parameter, description. pattern, required. specifies the pattern to search for. flags, optional. specifies special settings. possible values: glob_mark adds a slash to each item returned; glob_nosort return files as they appear in the directory (unsorted); glob_nocheck returns the search pattern if no match  a couple of weeks ago i posted how to read through a directory with php using the opendir() readdir() and closedir() functions and now look at the glob() function. glob() returns the filenames into an array and supports pattern matching so it can be very easy to find e.g. jpg images in a particular directory.

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use basename echo basename($image) . " ";. the problem looks you have put your php file in gallery folder /home/a/public_html/gallery/index.php on line . if that is the case (if you put index.php in gallery) then.. <?php foreach(glob('images/', glob_nosort) as $image) { echo "filename: " . $image . "
"; } ?> or do the foolowing,. from glob example if ( ! function_exists('glob_recursive')) { does not support flag glob_brace function glob_recursive($pattern, $flags = ) { $files = glob($pattern, $flags); foreach (glob(dirname($pattern).'/', glob_onlydir|glob_nosort) as $dir) { $files = array_merge($files, glob_recursive($dir.

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déc. i finally found a solution : echo "only files\n"; $files = array_filter(glob("/"), 'is_file'); var_dump($files);. but take care, array_filter will preserve numeric keys : use array_values if you need to reindex the array. instead of basename , you could chdir before you glob, so the results do not contain the path, e.g.: <?php $directory = yii::getpathofalias('webroot').'/uploads/'; chdir($directory); probably add some error handling around this $images = glob(".{jpg,jpg,jpeg,jpeg,png,png}", glob_brace);  this note on the manual page of glob() seems to answer your question, saying that glob is not limited to a single directory : using glob_brace , you can specify several directories. i'm quoting the example that ultimater gives there : $results=glob("{includes php,core php}",glob_brace);. usernotes on the manual  sort($files); this shows how to use the glob_brace flag: $images = glob("images/{.jpg,.gif,.png}", glob_brace); print_r($images); valid flags: glob_mark glob_nosort glob_nocheck glob_noescape glob_brace glob_onlydir glob_err see php.net manual for more info 

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