> Unfortunately, you can't include FUNCTION() conditionaly (well, you
> can, but then you can't use it out of this if():). Why only such
> dumn restriction, PHP developers?
I think it's only true for php3

I use many many class definitions in php4 that are inluded 
conditionally in another classes' functions, and of course it works 

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