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File: example.php
Role: Example script
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Description: An example of all the functions of the class
Class: Exceptions Manager
Throw exceptions depending on a trigger level
Author: By
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Date: 15 years ago
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//Instanciate the class
//The first argument is a number between 0 and 15. It's the max level at which an exception would be thrown.
//The second argument is a boolean. It allows you to change the exceptions level after instanciation if set to true.
$exM = new ExceptionsManager(ExceptionsManager::EX_MEDIUM, false);
//The main idea is to use the class constants for the first value, but you could also use any int between 0 and 15.

//To throw an exception use:
$exM->ThrowException(new Exception('Error'), ExceptionsManager::EX_HIGH); //This one will be thrown: EX_HIGH<EX_MEDIUM
$exM->ThrowException(new Exception('Another Error'), ExceptionsManager::EX_MEDIUM+1); //This one won't be thrown: EX_MEDIUM+1>EX_MEDIUM

//To change the max exceptions level use:
if ($exM->CanChangeExceptionsLevel()) { //checks whether you can change the exceptions level
$exM->ChangeExceptionsLevel(ExceptionsManager::EX_FATAL); //changes the exceptions level
//$exM->ChangeExceptionsLevel will throw an exception if the class is instanciated with the second argument false

//To get the current exceptions level use:
$a = $exM->GetExceptionsLevel();

//To check whether a certian level exception will be thrown
$b = $exM->WillThrowException(10); //returns bool

//Note: EX_FATAL is ALWAYS thrown!