I think, we cannot avoid searching for every single occurence and check the necessity of surpressing an error message instead of handling the hypothetical error.
It is not a problem to look for
@mysqli. But, if the statement is e.g.:$result = @mysqli_query($connid, "SELECT ....)
how should the modification looks like?
I don't know it (without testing). I know, that if
myslq_query (old lib) failed, it caused PHP errors in very special cases. That was the reason, Alex muted these errors with
@. My problem nowadays is, that I don't know, in which cases the
@ was necessary. Thatswhy I don't know, how to test possible differences in the behaviour of the mysqli-lib.
Trenne niemals Müll, denn er hat nur eine Silbe!