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format_bytes()

Return an appropriate unit for a given file size.

PHP April 13, 2021

Usage

PHP
nebula()->format_bytes($bytes, $precision)

Parameters

$bytes
(Required) (Integer) The size to format (in bytes)
Default: None

$precision
(Optional) (Integer) How many decimal places
Default: 2

Parameter Notes

This function uses 1,024b for a kb.

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Additional Notes

Don’t forget that WordPress provides byte constants (KB_IN_BYTES, MB_IN_BYTES, GB_IN_BYTES) for easy readability.

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    Source File

    Located in /libs/Utilities/Utilities.php on line 918.

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    PHP
            public function format_bytes($bytes, $precision=1){
                $units = array('b', 'kb', 'mb', 'gb', 'tb');
                $bytes = max($bytes, 0);
                $base = ( $bytes )? log($bytes) : 0;
                $pow = floor($base/log(1024));
                $pow = min($pow, count($units)-1);
                $bytes = $bytes/pow(1024, $pow);
                return round($bytes, $precision) . $units[$pow];
            }
    

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