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Avoid Errors with Defensive Coding in TypeScript

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Defensive code refers to a programming practice where a developer writes code that anticipates and handles potential issues or errors that might occur during the execution of a TypeScript application.

The goal of defensive coding is to improve the reliability, robustness, and maintainability of TypeScript applications by ensuring it can handle unexpected or incorrect input, recover gracefully from failures, and provide meaningful error messages or responses.

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