computations, any of which may error. Sometimes the caller function can
handle the errors (say, perform the next operation on any that didn't error
on the first one), but other times the caller script cannot do anything and
just needs to pass the fact that an error occurred back upstream. Here is
how I've been solving the problem, but is there a better way to do it?
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