Deletes filename. Similar to the Unix C unlink() function. An E_WARNING level error will be generated on failure.
Path to the file.
If the file is a symlink, the symlink will be deleted. On Windows, to delete a symlink to a directory, rmdir has to be used instead.
A context stream resource.
Returns true on success or false on failure.
|7.3.0||On Windows, it is now possible to unlink files with handles in use, while formerly that would fail. However, it is still not possible to re-create the unlinked file, until all handles to it have been closed.|