i'm wondering about the difference between include_once and require_once.
the manual says
The require_once() statement replaces itself with the specified file
The include_once() statement includes and evaluates the specified file
so, what is the difference? it's almost like one is a copy/paste and the
other is some kind of read. is there any different behavior we should expect
in scripts using one method vs another.
my first guess was that require_once wouldn't evaluate the file, but i can
execute code from within a file using either method.
-- mike cullerton
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