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java_last_exception_get — Retrieves an exception object describing the last exception thrown by Java.


object java_last_exception_get(void)


Exception object; NULL if no exceptions are available


java_last_exception_get() returns an object containing information about the last exception thrown by a Java object in PHP. If no such exception is available, FALSE is returned.


Example 623. Force an exception and handle it

echo "<h2>Testing java.util.StringTokenizer</h2>"; 
$str = new Java("java.util.StringTokenizer", "This is a test string"); 
while ($str->hasMoreTokens()) { 
    echo "Got token from string: <b>" . $str->nextToken() . "</b><br>\n"; 

echo "<h2>Testing Exceptions</h2>"; 
echo "This should print out 'No exception':<br>\n"; 
if ($ex = java_last_exception_get()) { 
    echo "Got exception: " . $ex->toString() . "<br>\n"; 
} else { 
    echo "No exception<br>\n"; 
// Force an exception (using '@' to suppress the PHP-level warning): 
echo "This should print out some exception information:<br>\n"; 
if ($ex = java_last_exception_get()) {
    echo "Got exception: " . $ex->toString() . "<br>\n"; 
} else { 
    echo "No exception<br>\n"; 


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