Isn't this an example of using require in the wrong context, since you don't
typically load a gif file and attempt to process it as a PHP file?
The require() statement includes and evaluates the specific file. 

-----Original Message-----
I think thats more than obvious Erik.. I asked for the tecnical 
diffrance. Anybody?

> On Wednesday, June 26, 2002, at 03:19  PM, <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > tecnically whats the diffrance if I do:
> >
> > require("http://localhost/image.gif";);
> > or
> > require("";);  ?
> The first one requires the file at "localhost/image.gif", and the 
> one requires the file at "".
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