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Error handling in Go

Go does not provide conventional try/catch method to handle the errors, instead, errors are returned as a normal return value. In this article, we are going to explore error handling in Go.

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A place to find introductory Go programming language tutorials and learning resources. In this publication, we will learn Go in an incremental manner, starting from beginner lessons with mini examples to more advanced lessons.

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Uday Hiwarale

Uday Hiwarale

Software Engineer at kausa.ai / thatisuday.comgithub.com/thatisudaythatisuday@gmail.com

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