You're only receiving the processed results when you source the php file
from another server.  In other words, it's like viewing the web page 
through your browser.

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> If the script is run over the web, you can just do a 
> fopen("";); and read the result. You can 
> do the same for any other script that's run through the web b/c you'll 
> receive it's parsed output, not the source.

But apache won't parse CGI-scripts for php syntax, will they? And that 
seems like a bad work-around.

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