Reading through the 7.8 section of "The Go Programming Language" I spotted following code:
var err error = syscall.Errno(2) fmt.Println(err.Error()) // "no such file or directory" fmt.Println(err) // "no such file or directory"
I understand the first and second line.
error interface is saitisfied by
Error() function returning
string is available.
I don't understand third one. Going through
syscall's sources I can't find any place where
stringer interface -
String() function is not defined.
Why third one prints string representation of