Examples using... errors.New()
The following forms are permitted:
New returns an error that formats as the given text. Each call to New returns a distinct error value even if the text is identical.
In Go it’s idiomatic to communicate errors via an explicit, separate return value. This contrasts with the exceptions used in languages like Java and Ruby and the overloaded single result / error value sometimes used in C. Go’s approach makes it easy to see which functions return errors and to h...