(PHP 7 >= PHP 7.1.0, PHP 8)


ArgumentCountError est émit quand trop peu d'arguments sont passés à une fonction ou méthode définit par l'utilisateur.

Synopsis de la classe

class ArgumentCountError extends TypeError {
/* Propriétés héritées */
protected string $message = "";
private string $string = "";
protected int $code;
protected string $file = "";
protected int $line;
private array $trace = [];
private ?Throwable $previous = null;
/* Méthodes héritées */
public Error::__construct(string $message = "", int $code = 0, ?Throwable $previous = null)
final public Error::getMessage(): string
final public Error::getPrevious(): ?Throwable
final public Error::getCode(): int
final public Error::getFile(): string
final public Error::getLine(): int
final public Error::getTrace(): array
final public Error::getTraceAsString(): string
public Error::__toString(): string
private Error::__clone(): void
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User Contributed Notes 1 note

5 years ago
Note if an invalid number of arguments are passed to a built-in function an ArgumentCountError exception will be thrown if and only if your code is in strict mode.

declare(strict_types = 1);

try {
strlen('ahmed', 4);
} catch (
ArgumentCountError $e) {
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