On Wed, Aug 29, 2001 at 08:12:53PM +0200, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote : 
> > And how is the user(developer) supposed to retrieve the actual
> > error then ? $php_errmsg (or whatever) or error_handler?
> He isn't. It is not a file. If wanted, the user can use file_exists to check
> wether the file didn't exist, or was not of type 'file'.
> This error isn't a side-effect, it is (almost) the main purpose of the
> function.

Am I the only one wo finds the current way good? For me, the manual
is just wrong and the manual should be fixed. Not some code which
worked that way so long (and not bad at all).

- Markus

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