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Error Handling in PHP - Coding Defensively
January 12, 2006 @ 06:34:19

DevShed has a new article posted today dealing with error reporting in PHP applications.

Since error handling is something that you should introduce (at least progressively) into your applications, in this article I'll explore some of the most common error checking methods available in PHP, in order to make web applications much more robust and reliable.

The end result of this experience will be an illustrative list of hands-on examples that utilize different error handling methods, ranging in from using simple "die()" statements, to manipulating errors within an object-oriented context, by utilizing exceptions.

They cover things like the basic die() statement, triggering errors in your code with the trigger_error() function, using the error handling in PEAR, and setting boolean flags to catch when things go wrong...

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