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Go Standard Library Cookbook by Radomir Sohlich

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Writing standard output and error

As the previous recipe describes, each process has stdin, a stdout and stderr file descriptors. The standard approach is the use of stdout as a process output and stderr as process error output. As these are the file descriptors, the destination where the data is written could be anything, from the console to the socket. This recipe will show you how to write the stdout and stderr.

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