Using PHP 5 exception handling : Exception « Statement « PHP

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PHP » Statement » Exception 
Using PHP 5 exception handling
 
<?php 
function errors_to_exceptions($code, $message) { 
   throw new Exception($code, $message)

set_error_handler('errors_to_exceptions'); 

try 
  $connection = mysql_connect($host, $user, $password)
  mysql_select_db($database, $connection)

  $query = "SELECT page_id,link_text,parent_id FROM menus WHERE page_id='$pid'"

  $result = mysql_query($query)

  if(mysql_num_rows($result== 0
     echo "Invalid page request -- click <a href=\"" . $_SERVER["PHP_SELF""?pid=1\">here</a> to continue.</h2>\n"
  else 
     $value = mysql_fetch_object($result)
  
}catch (Exception $e) { 
    printf("<p>Caught exception: %s.</p>\n", $e->getMessage())

?>
  
  
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