# [texhax] \input versus \include

Browder, Tom Tom.Browder at fwb.srs.com
Wed Feb 2 18:11:08 CET 2005

First, is there any difference between the two commands (other than the
ability to selective choose with \includeonly)?

Lamport (1st ed.), on p. 76, implies that there is when he says, "The
\include command has one feature that limits its usefulness: the
included text always stars a new page...."

But both commands seem to do that.

So, is there any way to get around the new page when including a file?

Thanks.

Tom Browder