I thought this would be fairly easy, but, I can't figure out how to load the
contents of a file into a variable so I can output it later.

The file to be loaded is in my include_path on the server and does contain
some HTML.

file_get_contents() is exactly what I need, but, it only works on a CVS
version of PHP, whatever that is.

I also tried the following function:

function file_get_contents($filename) {
  $fd = fopen ($filename, "r", 1);
  $contents = fread($fd, filesize($filename));
  return $contents;

But it returns nothing. If I use readfile() the file contents is displayed,
but, what I really want to do is store it in a string variable, not output
it directly. How can I do this?



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