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CI4 Errors and Exceptions

In PHP The Right Way - this comment is made:

Quote:PHP itself is fairly lax with this, and a call to file_get_contents() will usually just get you a FALSE and a warning. Many older PHP frameworks like CodeIgniter will just return a false, log a message to their proprietary logs and maybe let you use a method like $this->upload->get_error() to see what went wrong. The problem here is that you have to go looking for a mistake and check the docs to see what the error method is for this class, instead of having it made extremely obvious.


Will CI4 handle errors more correctly? I'm assuming the answer is a "yes".

Also, once Ci4 is in production is there a task to contact PHP The Right Way guys and ask them to adjust there site?

Based on what I’m reading in that paragraph, and reading the paragraph immediately preceding it, I find it hard to believe that people actually read and believe that PHP The Right Way is a reliable source or reference. This is absolute garbage to read.

I must agree that it is a bit of a trial to go through.

It is often mentioned in reddit.com/r/PHP (along with a backstab to CI).

Yes, the vast majority of failures in CI4 throw exceptions.

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