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PHP require_once Keyword

The require_once keyword is used to embed PHP code from another file. If the file is not found, a fatal error is thrown and the program stops. If the file was ...
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PHP require_once, include_once() statement - w3resource

Aug 19, 2022 ... require_once() statement can be used to include a php file in another one, when you may need to include the called file more than once.
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PHP | include_once() and require_once() - GeeksforGeeks

Mar 8, 2018 ... require_once() function can be used to include a PHP file in another one, when you may need to include the called file more than once. If it is ...
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require_once problem - Moodle in English

Dec 30, 2015 ... require_once(dirname(__FILE__) . '/../../config.php');. Your code looked for the config file inside the blocks directory and needs to go up to ...
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Should require_once "some file.php" ; appear anywhere but the top ...

Nov 3, 2009 ... It comes down to a matter of coding style and opinion. Personally I keep all my require_once statements at the very top of my files so I can ...
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PHP require and require_once - Pi My Life Up

Apr 16, 2022 ... In comparison, require_once will include the specified file once and ignore the file if it is mentioned again in the same script. If the script ...
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require_once - Manual - PHP

The require_once expression is identical to require except PHP will check if the file has already been included, and if so, not include (require) it again.
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php require_once resetting to current working directory - Stack ...

Mar 5, 2010 ... I always use: require_once(dirname(__FILE__).'/path/to/other/script/relative/to/this/file.php');. Or in your case:
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required_once issue in Google API Client for PHP - Stack Overflow

Jun 18, 2014 ... Did you ever dumped __DIR__ ? Usually there's no / at the end. So you would have to change your code to this: require_once(__DIR__.
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php - Why is require_once so bad to use? - Stack Overflow

Oct 9, 2008 ... If you are using require_once() appropriately, that is, for inclusion of classes, you don't even need a define; just check if ...
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