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Functions, simple question

By the time you reply, I'll prbably have it figured out.

if a function is defined in a php tag, can you call the function from a different php tag while still in the same document?

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  • pinTupinTu Posts: 5Member
    Yes, sure.


  • jprovjprov Posts: 6Member
    The best way to do this is to create a file called methods or functions that have all your functions in it then include the file at the top of the page.

    #include methods.php

    Different files for different methods even. somewhat oo programming.

  • mryersemryerse Posts: 3Member
    : The best way to do this is to create a file called methods or functions that have all your functions in it then include the file at the top of the page.
    :
    : #include methods.php
    :
    : Different files for different methods even. somewhat oo programming.
    :


    So I can even define a class and then use that class?
    This will make using my own classes much easier cause I don't have access to the server to compile my own classes/functions into php.

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