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FAQ 7.24 Why can't a method included in this same file be found? #4 1201644

This is an excerpt from the latest version perlfaq7.pod, which
comes with the standard Perl distribution. These postings aim to 
reduce the number of repeated questions as well as allow the community
to review and update the answers. The latest version of the complete
perlfaq is at http://faq.perl.org .

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7.24: Why can't a method included in this same file be found?

    Some possible reasons: your inheritance is getting confused, you've
    misspelled the method name, or the object is of the wrong type. Check
    out perltoot for details about any of the above cases. You may also use
    "print ref($object)" to find out the class $object was blessed into.

    Another possible reason for problems is because you've used the indirect
    object syntax (eg, "find Guru "Samy"") on a class name before Perl has
    seen that such a package exists. It's wisest to make sure your packages
    are all defined before you start using them, which will be taken care of
    if you use the "use" statement instead of "require". If not, make sure
    to use arrow notation (eg., "Guru->find("Samy")") instead. Object
    notation is explained in perlobj.

    Make sure to read about creating modules in perlmod and the perils of
    indirect objects in "Method Invocation" in perlobj.



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FAQ 7.25 Why can't a method included in this same file be found? #9
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FAQ 7.25 Why can't a method included in this same file be found? #13
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FAQ 7.25 Why can't a method included in this same file be found? #2 1202843
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FAQ 5.37 Why does Perl let me delete read-only files? Why does "-i" clobber protected files? Isn't this a bug in Perl? #4
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can't include 'http...foo.php', but can include 'http...foo.txt'
This seems weird, but when I use the following code, include 'http://www.foo.com/includes.php'; includedfunction(); I am told that it is a call to an undefined function, but 'includedfunction' is on the server. the following includes work fine, and the run the called function with no trouble: include 'http://www.foo.com/includes.phtml'; include 'http://www.foo.com/includes.txt'; all three include.php,.phtml & .txt are on the server and are exactly identical. I am running php version 4.1.1. Anyone have any ideas? In article <768682d0.0308190004.dd35f7c@posting.google.com>, googlegroups@paul13.com (paul13) wrote: > This seems weird, but when I use the following code, > > include 'http://www.foo.com/includes.php'; > > includedfunction(); > > I am told that it is a call to an undefined function, but > 'includedfunction' is on the server. The include statement is include()'ing the _output_ of http://www.foo.com/includes.php, not the contents of the file. To demonstrate thist point, load http://www.foo.com/includes.php in your browser and look for your function definitions. Then load http://www.foo.com/includes.txt. You'll see the difference. hth -- Bulworth : funha@fung.arg | My email address is ROT13 encoded, decode to mail --------------------------|-------------------------------------------------- <http://www.phplabs.com/> | PHP scripts and thousands of webmas...

FAQ 3.28 I've read perlembed, perlguts, etc., but I can't embed perl in my C program; what am I doing wrong? #7
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