The UnexpectedValueException class

(PHP 5 >= 5.1.0, PHP 7)

Introduction

Exception thrown if a value does not match with a set of values. Typically this happens when a function calls another function and expects the return value to be of a certain type or value not including arithmetic or buffer related errors.

Class synopsis

UnexpectedValueException extends RuntimeException {
/* Inherited properties */
protected string $message ;
protected int $code ;
protected string $file ;
protected int $line ;
/* Inherited methods */
final public Exception::getMessage ( void ) : string
final public Exception::getPrevious ( void ) : Throwable
final public Exception::getCode ( void ) : mixed
final public Exception::getFile ( void ) : string
final public Exception::getLine ( void ) : int
final public Exception::getTrace ( void ) : array
final public Exception::getTraceAsString ( void ) : string
public Exception::__toString ( void ) : string
final private Exception::__clone ( void ) : void
}
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evguenia dot chagnon at gmail dot com
2 years ago
const TYPE_FOO = 'foo';
const TYPE_BAR = 'bar';

public function doSomething($x) {
   if($x != self::TYPE_FOO || $x != self::TYPE_BAR) {
       throw new UnexpectedValueException('Le param├Ętre doit ├¬tre l\'une des constantes TYPE_*');
   }
}
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