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Document loading

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public static AbstractCsv::createFromString(string $str): self
public static AbstractCsv::createFromPath(string $path, string $open_mode = 'r+'): self
public static AbstractCsv::createFromStream(resource $stream): self
public static AbstractCsv::createFromFileObject(SplFileObject $obj): self

Because CSV documents come in different forms we use named constructors to offer several ways to load them.

Create from a string

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public static AbstractCsv::createFromString(string $str): self

Creates a new object from a given string.

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use League\Csv\Reader;
use League\Csv\Writer;

$reader = Reader::createFromString('john,doe,john.doe@example.com');
$writer = Writer::createFromString('john,doe,john.doe@example.com');

Create from a file path

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public static AbstractCsv::createFromPath(string $path, string $open_mode = 'r+'): self

Creates a new object à la fopen.

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use League\Csv\Reader;
use League\Csv\Writer;


$reader = Reader::createFromPath('/path/to/your/csv/file.csv');
//the $reader object will use the 'r+' open mode.
$writer = Writer::createFromPath('/path/to/your/csv/file.csv', 'w');

The $open_mode default to r+ if none is supplied.

Create from a resource stream

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public static AbstractCsv::createFromStream(resource $stream): self

Creates a new object from a stream resource.

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use League\Csv\Reader;
use League\Csv\Writer;

$reader = Reader::createFromStream(fopen('/path/to/the/file.csv', 'r+'));
$writer = Writer::createFromStream(tmpfile());

The resource stream MUST be seekable otherwise a InvalidArgumentException is thrown.

Create from a SPL file object

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public static AbstractCsv::createFromFileObject(SplFileObject $obj): self

Creates a new object from a SplFileObject object.

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use League\Csv\Reader;
use League\Csv\Writer;

$reader = Reader::createFromFileObject(new SplFileObject('/path/to/your/csv/file.csv'));
$writer = Writer::createFromFileObject(new SplTempFileObject());

The SplFileObject MUST be seekable otherwise a RuntimeException may be thrown.