Hmm, sorry if it was misleading, but I think it's a
"statement" nonetheless, no?
Besides the fact that a required file needs a "true"
value returned, I don't think the 1 at the end of the file
is any different from the 1 in a sub or any block of code?
Syntactically, yeah, they mean different things, but
I believe the mechanism that goes behind there are the same...
That was sort of where I was trying to get at, if it
makes any sense
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