In my use case, I’ve got quite a lot of http 400 or 401 errors, however, most of them were designed: for example, if the access token is expired, server will return a 401, and if the user inputs wrong username/password while logging in (post these parameters to /login API), server will return a 400.
In this case, I’d like to just ignore all of them, since I should not care about these failures.
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