Just use a combination of mysql_errno() and mysql_error():

 echo mysql_errno() . ": " . mysql_error(). "\n";


PS. Documentation always rocks!

Hi guys,
I've been playing with PHP for a while now, and love the mysql functions,
but there's one thing I'd like to know...

I want to check if a mysql error is a certain number, and thats all fair
enough because every time i encounter an error I can write down what that
error was. However, it would be handy if I could have my own define file
with all the errors in. Can I ask if anyone has a list of errors and their
numbers for mysql_errno? I've looked on the web and found a load of errors
for the mysql daemon (the page told me to look in
/usr/share/mysql/mysql_errors.txt) but this isnt the file I want as the
errors there relate to the server and not errors with a query I'm running

Thanks in advance for any help

James Booker
EMPICS Sports Photo Agency

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