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PHP: exit in include() should not cancel calling script

Question by Guest | 06/03/2019 at 15:52

I have structured my website in a way that I insert the page content in my index.php depending on the url. I am using the function include() for those includes.

In some of these included files, I also use an exit if I only want to execute the inserted script up to a certain extent.

Now the problem is that after invoking exit, my main page (the index.php) will be aborted, too. As a result, for example, the footer is no longer displayed on the corresponding pages. What can I do?

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Stefan Trost

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Just use "return" instead of "exit".

In fact, with exit, the calling parent script is also stopped. With return, only the script that is included.
06/03/2019 at 22:14

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