The set_exception_handler() function sets a user-defined function to handle exceptions.
This function is used to create a way of handling exceptions during runtime.
This function returns the old exception handler, or NULL on failure or if no previous handler is defined.
|exception_function||Required. Specifies the function to be called when
an uncaught exception occurs.
This function must be defined before calling the set_exception_handler() function. The exception handler function requires one parameter, which is the exception object that was thrown
Tip: The script will stop executing after the exception handler is called.
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