Is warning guaranteed if it returns false?

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Is there a formal rule in PHP that any built-in function returning false to signify a failure must also issue a warning?

Or, in other words, is relying on warnings being converted to exceptions by error handler is equivalent to checking return value, thus makes checking return value unnecessary?

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