I found different code examples like this, which use the file handle
STDERR just like this:
Also, the PHP documentation of input/output streams
"It is recommended that you simply use the constants STDIN, STDOUT and
STDERR instead of manually opening streams using these wrappers."
I don't want to use the "php://stderr" wrapper, because this just
creates a duplicate of the original STDERR handler and if I'm closing
"php://stderr", the original STDERR still would exist.
When I'm using this code, I only get:
<b>Notice</b>: Use of undefined constant STDERR - assumed 'STDERR' in
<b>/test.php</b> on line <b>4</b><br />
<b>Warning</b>: fwrite(): supplied argument is not a valid stream
resource in <b>/test.php</b> on line <b>4</b><br />
How can I access the original STDERR handle? The constant should be
there, but does not exist.
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