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Why Guards in Elixir Fail to Serve sometimes?

Function Firewalls

The Guards are function authorities. We all know that to enter the function, the guard must evaluate to true if there exists one. The guard knows whom to allow and not. I am fond of guards in the Elixir. I trusted them. Guards never betrayed me.

If the guard fails to serve, it is…

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