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die — Prints a message and then exits the script.


void die(message);
string message: Message to display (or function to call) before exiting the script




die()() displays a message (or calls a function) and then stops parsing of the current script. It is most often used for debugging or providing error handling.


PHP Version: 3+, 4+

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To stop parsing of a script:



Example 750. Use die() to bail out of the script if an error occurs

$URL = '';

$fp = fopen ($URL, 'r')
    or die ("Could not connect to site <i>$URL</i>");

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