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foreverhex

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Is there any way to use the include php feature to read the files varibles and not the literal text. For example my file reads like this.

[code]$file = "bleh.txt";
include '$file';

echo 'you are';
echo $bleh;
[/code]

and bleh.txt

[code]
$bleh = "bleh";
[/code]

I want it to come out "you are bleh" not "you are $bleh = "bleh";".
If that made any since, please help.

Ah! never mind! All I had to do is add <?php at the begining of txt file and rename the txt file php.

Ah! never mind! All I had to do is add <?php at the begining of txt file and rename the txt file php.

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test.php

[code]
include "test_result.php";
echo "<br>you are $bleh<br>";
[/code]


test_result.php

[code]
$bleh = "bleh";
[/code]

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[!--quoteo(post=386203:date=Jun 21 2006, 12:09 AM:name=foreverhex)--][div class=\'quotetop\']QUOTE(foreverhex @ Jun 21 2006, 12:09 AM) [snapback]386203[/snapback][/div][div class=\'quotemain\'][!--quotec--]
are the ( ) required? I never use them and everthing seems to be fine.
[/quote]

sorry no ()

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include 'test.php';
include ('test.php');
include ($_SERVER['DOCUMENT_ROOT']./'test.php');

All of those will work.

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