I hope you're doing well. I'm currently working on a PHP project and I have encountered the ftp_alloc() function. I have gone through the official PHP documentation, but I'm still a bit confused about how it works and in what scenarios it could be useful.
My specific query is regarding the usage and functionality of the ftp_alloc() function in PHP. I would greatly appreciate it if someone could explain this function to me in simple terms and possibly provide an example of how it is used in a real-life scenario.
I understand that the ftp_alloc() function is used to allocate space for a file on an FTP server. But, how does it actually work? What are the parameters that need to be passed to the function? Are there any specific server requirements for this function to work properly?
If anyone has experience with using the ftp_alloc() function or can shed some light on its practical applications, I would be really grateful for your insights. Additionally, if you have any code examples or real-life use cases that demonstrate the function in action, it would be immensely helpful for me to better understand its purpose.
Thank you so much in advance for your time and assistance. I'm looking forward to your valuable input.