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mikshaw Offline

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Posted: June 17 2006,18:07 QUOTE

If include in php is like include in c, then yes.
Sourcing a file into a script is essentially the same as running the file, except it uses the currently active process rather than starting a new it's extending the current script with the contents of an external file as if the external file was a part of the script.
It's very useful for utilizing things like functions and variables that are applied to multiple scripts.

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Posted: June 18 2006,14:35 QUOTE

Quote (Zucca @ June 17 2006,12:41)
Is the source command just like 'include' in PHP?

In my view it's similar to virtual().



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Posted: June 18 2006,18:09 QUOTE

Ok. Thanks for the infos/advices. =)

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