What am I supposed to be doing with errors?

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  • errors

    Discontinued Simple error handling primitives

  • Also - there are some error handling utils that allow you to wrap errors before passing: https://github.com/pkg/errors

  • go

    The Go programming language

  • Considering that this is something that comes up pretty often in surveys, even topping more important things like runtime immutability, I think it's probable that a proposal such as this might get refined and accepted any day now. Before that happens, you might want to rely on code snippets and other solutions that write the boilerplate for you.

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