On 4/22/2013 11:55 AM, Onatawahtaw wrote:
Since nobody else has offered anything, I'll give you my impression of
how a try handles things.
I am new to this list. I have a question about which functions need to be included in a try block.
Of "new PDO", "prepare", "bindParam", "execute", "fetch", and "query", it seems that bindParam is the only one that throws an exception. So is this the only that needs to be put into a try block?
If the statement(s) within the try block fail in any way (such as simply
returning a 'false' value), the try block's catch will be executed. So
while the items you specified do not "throw an exception", I believe the
try will still handle a failure of those functions.
Of course, if I'm wrong, I'm positive we'll start seeing responses to
your question. :)
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