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  • How to get any File Name to PHP File using Command Line?

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    In Ubuntu system, first check for the PHP. For checking open the terminal, using command

    **Ctrl +Alt +T**
    

    and type whereis php

    If PHP present in system, above command display the path of PHP

    Make a PHP file from where you can access it:

        <?php
            print "hi world";
            echo"<pre>";print_r($_GET);echo"</pre>";
           echo $File = $_GET['file_name'];
    // use the file name and do whatever you want to do with it.
        ?>
    

    open the file in the command line, by using below command:

     **php-cgi -f /var/www/test/filename.php file_name=qwer.csv**
    

    Output on the Command Line is like:

     **hi world<pre>Array
    (
        [file_name] => file.csv
    )**
    

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