WOOF_File :: filesize( String $unit = "AUTO", Boolean $with_unit = true, String $sep =  , Integer $base = 1024 )

Returns:

Retrieves the formatted size of the file on disk. By default, this will be formatted with the most appropriate unit of measure, based on the file size (similar to how any modern operating system would show a file size).

Example:

Parameters:

  • String $unit = "AUTO"

    The unit of measure to display the file size in. This can be any of the following values:

    • AUTO – the most appropriate unit will be selected based on the file size
    • GB – Gigabytes
    • MB – Megabytes
    • KB – Kilobytes
    • B – Bytes
  • Boolean $with_unit = true

    Determines if the unit of measure is displayed alongside the numerical value of the file size

  • String $sep =  

    The divider between the numerix value of the file size and the unit of measure

  • Integer $base = 1024

    The base of the file size.

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