How to show a specific view file for certain error codes?

Laravel: How to show a specific view file for certain error codes?

You can create files such as resources/views/errors/$some_error_code.blade.php

For example if you make resources/views/errors/402.blade.php, then whenever a 402 error is to be shown it will load that view and show it to the user.

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