> -----Original Message-----
> From: @ Darwin [mailto:superbus22@;attbi.com]
> Sent: 01 November 2002 10:17
> Well, the way I've read it is that if you use require within control
> structures then all files are included, regardless of whether 
> the script
> exits before it reaches its next if...elseif...else or case 
> statement. With
> include that does not happen. So the general rule of thumb 
> would be to use
> require() if you are not using it within these control 
> structures, and use
> include() if you actually do need to use include statements 
> in your control
> structures.

That's how it *used* to work (somewhere back around 4.0.3, if memory
serves).  Now, the only difference is that the require versions will produce
a fatal error if the file is not present, whereas the include versions will
only generate a warning.



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