What is in your opinion the best way to handle (at runtime) the situation when a more than one input parameter to a function is incorrect. I can see two ways. First one - a simply return an first ...
Why is nesting or piggybacking errors within errors bad in general? To me it seems bad intuitively, but I'm suspicious in that I cannot adequately articulate why it is bad. This may be because it is ...
Is catching an error with try ... catch a better practice than catching an error with proper analysis/error check? For instance, removing from an empty list: Does surround with a try catch clause ...