10 examples of 'err to string golang' in Go

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16func getErrString() string {
17 e := C.ERR_get_error()
18
19 buf := [120]byte{} // max length specified in OpenSSL doc
20 bufp := (*_Ctype_char)(unsafe.Pointer(&buf[0]))
21 C.ERR_error_string_n(e, bufp, C.size_t(len(buf)))
22
23 return string(buf[:C.strlen(bufp)])
24}
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422func errString(err error) (s string) {
423 s = "success"
424 if err != nil {
425 s = err.Error()
426 }
427 return
428}
83func (e errorCString) Error() string {
84 return "runtime error: " + cstringToGo(e.cstr)
85}
108func ErrorToString(err int) string {
109
110 // API: char * ldap_err2string (int err )
111 result := C.GoString(C.to_charptr(unsafe.Pointer(C.ldap_err2string(C.int(err)))))
112 return result
113}
21func (not *PublishReceipt) ToString() string {
22 if not.Success {
23 return fmt.Sprintf("[LetterID: %s] - Publish successful.\r\n", not.LetterID.String())
24 }
25
26 return fmt.Sprintf("[LetterID: %s] - Publish failed.\r\nError: %s\r\n", not.LetterID.String(), not.Error.Error())
27}
40func ErrorToString(err error) string {
41 if err == nil {
42 return ""
43 }
44 return err.Error()
45}
521func (err *ParseError) ToString(escape bool) string {
522 return err.Error()
523}
49func toString(v interface{}) string {
50 switch t := v.(type) {
51 case byte:
52 return string(t)
53 case rune:
54 return string(t)
55 case string:
56 return t
57 case []byte:
58 var b strings.Builder
59 b.WriteByte('[')
60 for i := range t {
61 if i > 0 {
62 b.WriteString(", ")
63 }
64 b.WriteString(strconv.Itoa(int(t[i])))
65 }
66 b.WriteByte(']')
67 return b.String()
68 case Stringer:
69 return t.String()
70 case int:
71 return strconv.Itoa(t)
72 case error:
73 return t.Error()
74 default:
75 panic("incompatible type")
76 }
77}
95func (h *CErrorHandler) ConvertGoInt(iError int) error {
96 return h.Convert(C.int(iError))
97}
311func (m *RGOnlineRes) GetErrStr() string {
312 if m != nil {
313 return m.ErrStr
314 }
315 return ""
316}

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