PHP Exception Reference
PHP Exception Object
Exceptions are used by functions and methods to send information about errors and unexpected behaviour.
The Exception object has no public properties, but it has private and protected properties which can be written to or read from using the constructor and methods.
The Exception object has the following methods:
|Exception()||The constructor of the Exception object|
|getCode()||Returns the exception code|
|getFile()||Returns the full path of the file in which the exception was thrown|
|getMessage()||Returns a string describing why the exception was thrown|
|getLine()||Returns the line number of the line of code which threw the exception|
|getPrevious()||If this exception was triggered by another one, this method returns the previous exception. If not, then it returns null|
|getTrace()||Returns an array with information about all of the functions that were running at the time the exception was thrown|
|getTraceAsString()||Returns the same information as getTrace(), but in a string|