Package errors implements functions to manipulate errors.
1989-03-15 22:30:00 +0000 UTC: the file system has gone away
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New returns an error that formats as the given text.
emit macho dwarf: elf header corrupted
▹ Example (Errorf)
▾ Example (Errorf)
The fmt package's Errorf function lets us use the package's formatting features to create descriptive error messages.
user "bimmler" (id 17) not found
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