In my LOCAL/DEV environment, the mysqli query is performing OK. However, when I upload it on my WEBHOST environment, I got this error; Fatal error: Call to a member function bind_param() on a non-...
I have checked my PHP ini file and display errors is set and also error reporting is E_ALL. I have restarted my Apache web server. I have even put these lines at the top of my script, and it doesn't ...
Now that I'm starting to get back into PHP, I'm starting to remember why I gave it up in the first place. The most annoying thing on my plate at the moment is what I've come to term "PHP's white scree...
I have several older applications that throw a lot of "xyz is undefined" and "undefined offset" messages when running on the E_NOTICE error level, because the existence of variables is not explicitly ...
Where do you like to catch exceptions and why? I'm interested in seeing where people find it useful to put their try/catch blocks in the hope that some general patterns might emerge. I'll post my tw...
I am making my switch from coding in C++ to C#. I need to replace my C++ error logging/reporting macro system with something similar in C#. In my C++ source I can write LOGERR("Some error"); or LOG...
PHP's mkdir function only returns true and false. Problem is when it returns false. If I'm running with error reporting enabled, I see the error message on the screen. I can also see the error messag...
Google's Go language has no exceptions as a design choice, and Linus of Linux fame has called exceptions crap. Why?
I know about error_reporting(0);, and ini_set('display_errors', false);, but there is a notice appearing in wordpress: Notice: Array to string conversion in /var/www/vhosts/treethink.net/subdomain...
For a project I am working on, one of the things we're implementing is something that we have code for in some of my teams older ASP.NET and MVC projects - an Application_Error exception catcher that ...