WOOF_Silent

A powerful class that provides silent failure for error or empty-object conditions, allowing theme developers to code in a more concise style, reminiscent of aspects of jQuery.

Note: you won’t generally create a WOOF_Silent object, or request once specifically – they are purely a shell object which the rest of the API uses to return conditions that would normally be “false”, or an error”

Example: A few of the many ways to obtain a WOOF_Silent object

List of Methods

Property Methods

  • error()String

    Retrieves the error of the first call that failed to return a result.

  • exists()Boolean

    Returns boolean false to allow us to use this silent object to test the result of a call that may or may not have returned a useful result (that is, may have returned a silent object, or something else). .

Utility

  • debug( Arguments $args = array() )String

    Outputs the current error string in this object, to provide a consistent developer interface when trying to debug issues in your code.

  • debug( Arguments $args = array() )String

    Outputs the current error string in this object, to provide a consistent developer interface when trying to debug issues in your code.

  • error()String

    Retrieves the error of the first call that failed to return a result.

  • exists()Boolean

    Returns boolean false to allow us to use this silent object to test the result of a call that may or may not have returned a useful result (that is, may have returned a silent object, or something else). .

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