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Nesting #includes

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Is there a way to nest and execute (#includes) at different locations in a script other than being solely executed at the end? I know its mandatory to place #include in the far top left hand corner. But my understanding is the #include will run after everything is ran. Is that how they operate? What I'm trying to do is use #includes as off ramps from my main highway of scripts that I have, which are their main purpose. I just want to know if I can execute them at different locations other than at the end. Could someone help a brotha out?

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Is there a way to nest and execute (#includes) at different locations in a script other than being solely executed at the end? I know its mandatory to place #include in the far top left hand corner. But my understanding is the #include will run after everything is ran. Is that how they operate? What I'm trying to do is use #includes as off ramps from my main highway of scripts that I have, which are their main purpose. I just want to know if I can execute them at different locations other than at the end. Could someone help a brotha out?

Looks like you are a bit confused. :)

Look at it this way: At the place you locate the #include<> it will insert the included file. This could be any place in your script as long as it is syntaxly correct.

Jos


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