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xslt_errno — Returns the code of the last error to have occurred on the given handle, or if no handle is given, the code of the last error to have occurred anywhere in Sablotron.


resource xslt_handle (optional): Handle to a Sablotron parser


The last error code to occur on the given handle.


This function allows you to examine error codes generated by any of the Sablotron functions. If an argument is given, it must be the handle of a Sablotron parser created with xslt_create() . In this case, the code of the most recent error to have been generated by that parser will be returned. If no argument is given, then the code of the last error to have been generated by any of the Sablotron functions will be returned.


Example 1137. Checking Sablotron error codes

/* Intentionally introduce an extra space into file name. */
$xml_file = 'slash dot.xml';
$xsl_file = 'slashdot.xsl';

$xslt = xslt_create();
if (!xslt_run($xslt, $xsl_file, $xml_file)) {
    echo "xslt_run() failed\n";
    echo "Error code reported: " . xslt_errno($xslt) . "\n";
} else {
    echo xslt_fetch_result($xslt);

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