Throughout this article we have looked at 4 different types of programming error messages and what we as programmers can do to fix them. We then looked specifically at PHP error messages, what they mean and how to control which errors to display. Errors are an inevitable fact of life for programmers, and learning to deal with them and understanding effective methods for tackling them can greatly increase productivity and, most importantly, increase the enjoyment of programming.
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