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Default difference between include file & include virtual

What are the differences between include file & include virtual?

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But does this code below make the page load slower? Why use file instead of virtual?
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http://www.haneng.com/Lessons_6.asp

"When you use the key word VIRTUAL you say to ASP that the file you want to include is located in the root dir of your web server, if you use the FILE key word you tell ASP that the file to include is located in the same directory as the ASP file you have the include statement in. "

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yeah, thanks matt. i was meaning more about the processing of virtual - vs - file?

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