10 examples of 'golang log fatal' in Go

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96func fatal3() string {
97 if f() {
98 a := 1
99 log.Fatalln("x")
100 } else { // MATCH /if block ends with call to log.Fatalln function, so drop this else and outdent its block/
101 log.Printf("non-positive")
102 }
103 return "ok"
104}
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112func (l *Logger) Fatal(i ...interface{}) {
113 l.log(FATAL, "", i...)
114 os.Exit(1)
115}
236func (l *logger) Fatal(o ...interface{}) {
237 l.Lock()
238 defer l.Unlock()
239 l.log(TypeFatal, o)
240 os.Exit(1)
241}
31func logFatal(err error) {
32 if err != nil {
33 log.Fatalln(err)
34 }
35}
33func fatal(err error) {
34 fmt.Printf("%+v", err)
35 os.Exit(1)
36}
358func (c *Cmd) Fatal(v ...interface{}) {
359 fmt.Fprintln(c.Stderr, v...)
360 c.Exit(1)
361}
32func (l *StdLogger) Fatal(v ...interface{}) {
33 l.Logger.Print(CRIT, fmt.Sprint(v...))
34 stdExitFunc(1)
35}
76func fatal1() string {
77 if f() {
78 a := 1
79 log.Fatal("x")
80 } else { // MATCH /if block ends with call to log.Fatal function, so drop this else and outdent its block/
81 log.Printf("non-positive")
82 }
83 return "ok"
84}
116func (m *MuxyLogger) Fatal(v ...interface{}) {
117 s := fmt.Sprint(v...)
118 m.Log(FATAL, s)
119 os.Exit(1)
120}
31func (l Logger) Fatal(a ...interface{}) {
32 fmt.Println(chalk.Red, a, chalk.Reset)
33 os.Exit(1)
34}

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