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    • PHP Tutorials By Vineet Kumar Saini Types of Errors in PHPAn error is a type of mistake. We can say an error is a condition of having incorrect or falseknowledge or an error is defined as an unexpected, invalid program state from which it isimpossible to recover.Error can also be defined as "a deviation from accuracy or correctness". A "mistake" is anerror caused by a fault: the fault being misjudgment, carelessness, or forgetfulness. Anerror message with filename, line number and a message describing the error is sent to thebrowser.Types of errorBasically there are four types of errors in PHP, which are as follows:  Parse Error (Syntax Error)  Fatal Error  Warning Error  Notice Error1. Parse Errors (syntax errors)The parse error occurs if there is a syntax mistake in the script; the output is Parseerrors. A parse error stops the execution of the script. There are many reasons for theoccurrence of parse errors in PHP. The common reasons for parse errors are as follows:Common reason of syntax errors are:  Unclosed quotes  Missing or Extra parentheses  Unclosed braces  Missing semicolonExample<?phpecho "Cat";echo "Dog"echo "Lion";?>OutputIn the above code we missed the semicolon in the second line. When that happens there willbe a parse or syntax error which stops execution of the script, as in the following image:
    • PHP Tutorials By Vineet Kumar Saini2. Fatal ErrorsFatal errors are caused when PHP understands what youve written, however what youreasking it to do cant be done. Fatal errors stop the execution of the script. If you are tryingto access the undefined functions, then the output is a fatal error.Example<?phpfunction fun1(){echo "Vineet Saini";}fun2();echo "Fatal Error !!";?>OutputIn the above code we defined a function fun1 but we call another function fun2 i.e. func2 isnot defined. So a fatal error will be produced that stops the execution of the script. Like asin the following image.
    • PHP Tutorials By Vineet Kumar Saini3. Warning ErrorsWarning errors will not stop execution of the script. The main reason for warning errors areto include a missing file or using the incorrect number of parameters in a function.Example<?phpecho "Warning Error!!";include ("Welcome.php");?>OutputIn the above code we include a welcome.php file, however the welcome.php file does notexist in the directory. So there will be a warning error produced but that does not stop theexecution of the script i.e. you will see a message Warning Error !!. Like in the followingimage:
    • PHP Tutorials By Vineet Kumar Saini4. Notice ErrorsNotice that an error is the same as a warning error i.e. in the notice error execution of thescript does not stop. Notice that the error occurs when you try to access the undefinedvariable, then produce a notice error.Example<?php$a="Vineet kumar saini";echo "Notice Error !!";echo $b;?>OutputIn the above code we defined a variable which named $a. But we call another variable i.e.$b, which is not defined. So there will be a notice error produced but execution of the scriptdoes not stop, you will see a message Notice Error !!. Like in the following image:ConclusionSo in this article you saw types of errors in PHP. Using this article one can easily understandthe concept of errors in PHP.