> Scott Houseman wrote:
> > Hi Al.
> > While we are on topic, what are the key differences between include() &
> > require() ?
> "Unlike include(), require() will always read in the target file,
> even if the line it's on never executes. If you want to conditionally
> include a file, use include(). The conditional statement won't affect
> the require(). However, if the line on which the require() occurs is
> not executed, neither will any of the code in the target file be
I'm pretty sure that at last for PHP 4.06 or higher this is deprecated. I
don't know why it is still in the manual.
Please correct me if I'm wrong.
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