How to use 'h rune' in Go

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253func (g *GraphQLCommand) RunE(c *cobra.Command, args []string) error {
254 if err := g.checkValid(); err != nil {
255 return err
256 }
257 // just run parent command, as the real implementation
258 // of run is defined by root query
259 if p := g.FieldCommand.Command.Parent(); p != nil && p.RunE != nil {
260 return p.RunE(c, args)
261 }
262 return nil

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