Nathan Rixham wrote:
> Daevid Vincent wrote:
>> I was reading this:
>> and it states: 
>>      "Note: include_once and require_once are statements, not functions.
>> Parentheses should not surround the subject filename." 
>> I never knew that. I've always (wrongly) used:
>>      require_once('/path/to/my/file');
> if it ain't broken don't fix it - why not just ensure you do it the
> correct way (or preferred way) in the future.
> sure the time could better be invested fixing a bug, writing a test or
> documenting something.
> s'all your call though :)

I agree.  That's a PEAR coding standard, so unless you're coding a PEAR
package it doesn't matter.  It's the PEAR groups opinion.  If you look
at some other project, they may require the parentheses for readability.


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