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I had a copy paste error and wasn’t showing the actual solution in the final part of the article.

Happens ;)

I think it’s much nicer to not have to write a test for this kind of thing.

To put it in another way:
Write tests to observe changing behaviour of your application.
If your code has to change due to an error, write a test covering that changing behaviour.

Do not try to cover each and every cornercase.

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