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Thanks for the post! I think this is a great pattern to follow.

I have one question left: is there a reason you return the error as first item and not the requested end-value?πŸ˜‡

 

thanks for your time Jannis! :)

my first approach was to mimic the Go way, but after it "clicked", I started using it in different ways!

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the reason was to mimic Go... after switching between JavaScript and Go projects, I felt the need to try to write in a similar way in JavaScript :P

I got that - sorry if I wasn't clear enough, let me rephrase my question:

Is there a reason to go for a return that can be destructered as [err, value] over one that would be destructered with [value, err]?

I hope I made it understandable now.πŸ˜‡

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