I don't think you can return a value like this.
You should either define a function within your include which could be called from 
your page
or set a variable within your include that contains the result, this variable will be 
available as if
the include() statement was replace by the code in your include.


On Tue, 15 Jan 2002 17:32:14 +0800, louie miranda wrote:

>Hi, I was trying to include a url file on another server but could't make
>this to work.
>It displays nothing actually..
>$retvalue = include('');
>echo $retvalue;
>Can someone help me please?
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