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curl_error — Queries a cURL session for the textual form of the last error encountered.


string curl_error(curld);
int curld: Handle of cURL session to be queried


String explaining the last cURL error encountered


If the last error encountered by the cURL session pointed to by the curld parameter had an associated text string, curl_error() returns that text string.


Example 189. Explain the last error

/* Try setting each of the following strings to both valid and invalid
 * values to see how the errors (or lack thereof) are reported. */
$url = ''; 
$upwd = 'myusername:mypassword'; 
if (!$curld = curl_init()) { 
    echo "Could not initialize cURL session.\n"; 
curl_setopt($curld, CURLOPT_URL, $url); 
curl_setopt($curld, CURLOPT_USERPWD, $upwd); 
echo "Last known error code: " . curl_errno($curld) . "\n"; 
echo "Last known error text: " . curl_error($curld) . "\n"; 

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