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http_response_code

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http_response_codeGet or Set the HTTP response code

Description

int http_response_code ([ int $response_code ] )

If you pass no parameters then http_response_code will get the current status code. If you pass a parameter it will set the response code.

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Parameters

response_code

The optional response_code will set the response code.

<?php
http_response_code
(404);
?>

Return Values

The current response code. By default the return value is int(200).

Examples

Example #1 Examples using headers_list()

<?php

// Get the current default response code
var_dump(http_response_code()); // int(200)

// Set our response code
http_response_code(404);

// Get our new response code
var_dump(http_response_code()); // int(404)
?>

The above example will output:

See Also

  • header() - Send a raw HTTP header
  • headers_list() - Returns a list of response headers sent (or ready to send)

 

 

 


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