You can suppress the error messages of ANY function by placing an @ in front
of the function call:
$result = @mysql_query($sql);
on 24/07/02 2:08 AM, DonPro ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:
> I'm using PHP to connect and perform queries with a MySQL database. I've
> noticed that it there is an error performing certain
> commands like 'mysql_connect()', I'll get a warning message in the browser.
> I'd like to suppress these messages as I am storing the error, mysql_error(),
> in an array. So if there is an error, I would simply
> display the contents of the array in a nice format.
> Is this possible?
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