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[22:10:20] <cazacugmihai> Hi! Is it necessarily to call after as I see at From what I see, “fail” already calls “next” method.

[22:11:15] <xkr47> cazacugmihai, afaik you call either fail or next

[22:11:50] <cazacugmihai> yes, but in that code both methods are called, each after the other

[22:13:28] <cazacugmihai> *one after the other

[22:15:55] <xkr47> let me see

[22:16:05] <xkr47> I'm just a user, but hey

[22:18:33] <xkr47> ah yes

[22:18:43] <xkr47> you were checking the doFail() method right ?

[22:20:37] <xkr47> assuming yes; before calling next() it resets the list of handlers to walk through to the beginning, so it starts iterating all handlers again

[22:21:21] <xkr47> but then next() is implemented (through iterateNext()) so that if a failure was encountered, it only iterates failure handlers instead of only non-failure handlers which it normally does

[22:21:42] <xkr47> so the end result is different even though it internally calls next()

[22:21:52] <xkr47> because it changes the internal state first

[23:18:57] <cazacugmihai> xkr47: Yes, you have right! Thanks for the explanation! :)