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I was recently shown a bug in a PHP application that looks like it should be working at face value, but doesn't actually produce the correct result.
arent they identical... apart from include() on fail produces a warning and the rest of the script can continue, whereas require() on fail will produce an error and the script will cease
Submitted by Ad on Wed, 04/13/2011 - 10:29Permalink
The difference between them is that require() will cause the script to fail if the file cannot be included, while include() will not.
Submitted by Brian Johnson on Wed, 04/13/2011 - 13:51Permalink
include() produces a warning in the event the file is not available.
require() produces a fatal error in the event the file is not available.
Submitted by Anonymous on Thu, 04/14/2011 - 13:52Permalink
I didn't know about this. I could have looked in the docs, but since you brought it up, I wanted to find out from you.
Submitted by Mihai Baboi on Fri, 04/15/2011 - 20:08Permalink
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