Re: Re: PDO Exceptions

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> On 4/22/2013 11:55 AM, Onatawahtaw wrote:
>> Greetings,
>> 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?
>> Thanks,
>> -KJW
>> Proverbs 3:5-6
> Since nobody else has offered anything, I'll give you my impression of
> how a try handles things.
> 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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Hi Jim,

I agree that failures would normally be catched as an exception. But how
do/can you determine if "false" is a failure?


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