use CSS::DOM::Exception 'SYNTAX_ERR';
die new CSS::DOM::Exception
'1 is not a valid property declaration'
[email protected] == SYNTAX_ERR; # true
print [email protected]; # prints "1 is not a valid property declaration\n";
DESCRIPTIONThis module implementations the W3C's DOMException interface. CSS::DOM::Exception objects stringify to the message passed to the constructer and numify to the error number (see below, under 'EXPORTS').
- new CSS::DOM::Exception $type, $message
- This class method creates a new exception object. $type is expected to be an integer (you can use the constants listed under 'EXPORTS'). $message is the error message.
EXPORTSThe following constants are optionally exported. The descriptions are copied from the DOM spec.
- INDEX_SIZE_ERR \fIs0(1)
- If index or size is negative, or greater than the allowed valueDOMSTRING_SIZE_ERR \fIs0(2)
- If the specified range of text does not fit into a DOMStringHIERARCHY_REQUEST_ERR \fIs0(3)
- If any node is inserted somewhere it doesn't belongWRONG_DOCUMENT_ERR \fIs0(4)
- If a node is used in a different document than the one that created it (that doesn't support it)INVALID_CHARACTER_ERR \fIs0(5)
- If an invalid character is specified, such as in a name.NO_DATA_ALLOWED_ERR \fIs0(6)
- If data is specified for a node which does not support dataNO_MODIFICATION_ALLOWED_ERR \fIs0(7)
- If an attempt is made to modify an object where modifications are not allowedNOT_FOUND_ERR \fIs0(8)
- If an attempt was made to reference a node in a context where it does not existNOT_SUPPORTED_ERR \fIs0(9)
- If the implementation does not support the type of object requested
- If an attempt is made to add an attribute that is already inuse elsewhere
- INVALID_STATE_ERR (11)
- If an attempt is made to use an object that is not, or is no longer, usable
- SYNTAX_ERR (12)
- If an invalid or illegal string is specified
- INVALID_MODIFICATION_ERR (13)
- If an attempt is made to modify the type of the underlying object
- NAMESPACE_ERR (14)
- If an attempt is made to create or change an object in a way which is incorrect with regard to namespaces
- INVALID_ACCESS_ERR (15)
- If a parameter or an operation is not supported by the underlying object