On 2 September 2010 12:55, Jangita <jang...@jangita.com> wrote:
> On 01/09/2010 10:56 p, freem...@centrum.cz wrote:
>> I think the files included just when you call it to include. How do you
>> mean
>> it later?
>> What's in that file? A class or direct code?
>> David Mehler wrote:
>>> Hello,
>>> I've got probably a simple question on require_once. I've got a file
>>> that has require_once at the top of it pulling in another file of
>>> functions. Later on in this file I've got another require_once
>>> bringing in a second file. In this second file I have a function call
>>> to a function defined in the first files' top require_once functions
>>> file. I'm getting a call to undefined function.
>>> Should I change he require_once to require at the top of the first
>>> file to fix? I thought require_once meant it was in that file and
>>> anything pulled in later?
>>> Thanks.
>>> Dave.
> If i get you correctly
> file1.php has a require_once to file2.php
> then file 1.php has a require_once to file3.php
> but file3.php calls a function in file2.php
> answer would be to require_onec file2.php in file3.php

Which wouldn't do anything seeing as file2.php has already been
included by file1.php.


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