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xml_get_error_code — Gets the error code for the specified parser.


int xml_get_error_code(parserID);
resource parserID: Reference to a valid parser


Error code on success; FALSE on error


Returns 0 if no error is available for the specified parser. This function is useful in conjunction with xml_error_string() to print the errors as the XML is being parsed.


PHP 3 >= 3.0.6, PHP 4 >= 4.0b1


Example 1424. Get error code on a parse error

// an invalid XML document
$xmlfile = 'myxmlfile.xml';

$xmlparser = xml_parser_create();

// open a file and read data from it for parsing
$fp = fopen($xmlfile, 'r');
while ($xmldata = fread($fp, 4096)) {

      // parse the data chunk
      if (!xml_parse($xmlparser, $xmldata, feof($fp))) {

            // if parsing fails print the error description and line number
            die( print "ERROR: "
              . xml_error_string(xml_get_error_code($xmlparser))
              . "<BR />"
                                . "Line: "
              . xml_get_current_line_number($xmlparser)
              . "<BR />"
              . "Column: "
              . xml_get_current_column_number($xmlparser)
              . "<BR />");
// free the parser memory

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