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Better Error Trapping


Joined: 16 Jul 2005
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Product: PHPed
Version: 3.3.3 (Build 3397)


I have written a script that uses a switch statement with 20+ options.
When I try to run this in PHPed, I get a Windows Script Error. I have removed different sections of the code in order to determine what was causing the problem. Here is what I have found.

If you do not have "case" in front of the case statement, PHPed crashes as explained above, with no error information to point you in the right direction.

Is it possible to trap this crash and display pertinent error information in the future?


--Code Snippet Crashes--
Code:
 

      case "ManPartNo"  :
              "Manufacturer_Part_Number":   $relay=trim($data["ISBN"]);         break;

      default    : $relay = $defaults[$fieldname];

    } // end switch

--End Code Snippet--


The correct code snippet
--Code Snippet Crashes--
Code:
 

      case "ManPartNo"  :
      case "Manufacturer_Part_Number":   $relay=trim($data["ISBN"]);         break;

      default    : $relay = $defaults[$fieldname];

    } // end switch

--End Code Snippet--
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Joined: 09 Dec 2003
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I'm not a Nusphere guy Smile, but maybe you can explain a little more when/how this crash occurs? When running the script with the debugger enabled? When opening the file in PhpED?
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If you do not have "case" in front of the case statement, PHPed crashes as explained above, with no error information to point you in the right direction.

Perhaps, I did not get your point, but as far as I see phped 3.3.3(3397) gives all necessary info. See the screenshot below.

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Re: Better Error Trapping


Joined: 04 May 2005
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phorman wrote:
If you do not have "case" in front of the case statement,

... you have a syntax error.
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