Although, I must note that include() doesn't work quite the same as the ssi

I think require() works much better

Read about the two differences:
 (these will redirect to the proper manual page.)

On 9/13/2001 10:32 AM this was written:

> At 10:21 AM 9/13/2001, LRW wrote:
> I believe that that is server side includes...NOT asp..i could be wrong tho
> the PHP equiv is include('<filename>')
> read the manual -
> ~kurth
>> Hi all. PHP newbie here.
>> There's a code that one can use in ASP that will print to the browser the
>> contents of an ascii file:
>> <!-- #include file = "filename.txt" -->
>> Can anyone tell me what the PHP equivelant might be?


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