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Your next best friend is warn - if something goes weird, but not enough to kill the script, you can have your script warn "Something's not right, at line " . __LINE__ . " in file " . __FILE__;, and include any other debugging information. This all gets sent to STRERR, which if you are running as a cronjob, will be sent via mail or other options to the user that that job belongs to.
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In reply to Re: Automatic trace statements in program by Masem
in thread Automatic trace statements in program by dsangst

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