ini_write_real(section, key, value);
|section||The section of the .ini to write to.|
|key||The key within the relevant section of the .ini to write to.|
|value||The real value to write to the relevant destination.|
You can use this function to write a value (numeric) to an ini
data file. Ini files are split into sections and then each
section is subsequently split into key - value pairs.
So a typical ini file would look something like this:
score = 1000;
ini_open( 'savedata.ini' );
ini_write_real( 'save1', 'Score', score );
score2 = ini_read_real( 'save1', 'Score', 0 );
This will set score to 1000, then open 'savedata.ini' and write this value to 'save1' > 'Score'. Then, it will set score2 to the real value under 'save1' > 'score' in it, 1000, and close the .ini again. Had it not found this value, score2 would have ended up set as 0.