TRUE if the error could be generated; FALSE if the error_type argument is not a defined E_USER_* error type
trigger_error() is used to generate errors of the E_USER_ERROR, E_USER_WARNING, and E_USER_NOTICE type. Errors of this level can be caught by the built-in PHP error handler or can be handled by a custom error handler. See set_error_handler() for more details on custom error handlers.
To use a custom error handler for errors
Example 274. Basic use of trigger_error()
# Call trigger_error() trigger_error ('Error message', E_USER_WARNING);
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