thoughts about error handling with go

I find myself with this code line lots of time:

if err != nil { return err }

Sometimes with an extra return value - sometimes not. However - the go formatter likes it to be:

if err != nil {
    return err

which is my preferred way to write it normally. Now I have started to use the one-liner approach to make my code more readable. In a simple database sequence you may need to check the error 3 or more times (getting the database, executing the query and scanning the response for data) so the error handling noise will be 3 or 9 lines of such a function. In my mind there is a conflict between explicit code and readable code. Go seems to drive me towards explicit code forcing me to leave some of my coding practices behind.

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