No. That would be to access the code. Include grabs an entire file.
Perhaps you should look into Ajax techniques.
On 04/02/2007 04:06 PM, ioannes wrote:
I have a particular business application so just returning html is OK,
the output is the useful bit in this case. I understand from the
discussion that I can still run my code on my server in response to a
remote server requesting the result of a function in that file and
that result gets back to that server. So you can use include() to
access the result of a function on another server, sounds like.
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