POP3::top( $msgNum,  $numLines = "0" )


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File: wp-includes/class-pop3.php

    function top ($msgNum, $numLines = "0") {
        //  Gets the header and first $numLines of the msg body
        //  returns data in an array with each returned line being
        //  an array element. If $numLines is empty, returns
        //  only the header information, and none of the body.

        if(!isset($this->FP)) {
            $this->ERROR = "POP3 top: " . _("No connection to server");
            return false;
        }
        $this->update_timer();

        $fp = $this->FP;
        $buffer = $this->BUFFER;
        $cmd = "TOP $msgNum $numLines";
        fwrite($fp, "TOP $msgNum $numLines\r\n");
        $reply = fgets($fp, $buffer);
        $reply = $this->strip_clf($reply);
        if($this->DEBUG) {
            @error_log("POP3 SEND [$cmd] GOT [$reply]",0);
        }
        if(!$this->is_ok($reply))
        {
            $this->ERROR = "POP3 top: " . _("Error ") . "[$reply]";
            return false;
        }

        $count = 0;
        $MsgArray = array();

        $line = fgets($fp,$buffer);
        while ( !preg_match('/^\.\r\n/',$line))
        {
            $MsgArray[$count] = $line;
            $count++;
            $line = fgets($fp,$buffer);
            if(empty($line))    { break; }
        }

        return $MsgArray;
    }


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