Go expects you to handle your own errors
Error handling in Go is pretty straight forward. There are no exceptions, there are no try catch blocks, there is only ERROR.
Error is a type like any other primitive built into the language, like a int or a string. This makes error handling, while a tad verbose, very straight forward and easy to understand.
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