Error Handling in C++ or: Why You Should Use Eithers in Favor of Exceptions and Error-codesby@buckaroo.pm
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Error Handling in C++ or: Why You Should Use Eithers in Favor of Exceptions and Error-codes

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Consider using an Either type to handle errors as they lift the error into the type-system and have the same performance characteristics as error-codes.

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