>Hi, > >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?
<?php $connection = @mysql_connect(...) or $errors = mysql_error(); ?> The @ symbol will suppress *ALL* error messages. Even if you screw up and type myslq_connect or something equally bone-headed. Be aware of that. Code first without the @'s, and then sprinkle them in as needed. :-) -- Like Music? http://l-i-e.com/artists.htm I'm looking for a PRO QUALITY two-input sound card supported by Linux (any major distro). Need to record live events (mixed already) to stereo CD-quality. Soundcard Recommendations? Software to handle the recording? Don't need fancy mixer stuff. Zero (0) post-production time. Just raw PCM/WAV/AIFF 16+ bit, 44.1KHz, Stereo audio-to-disk. -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php