errors: clarify Join documentation

The previous documentation used a double-negative in describing Join behavior; this use of language could be confusing.

This update removes the double-negative.

Change-Id: If13e88682e865314a556e7d381143a97fa5486d9
GitHub-Last-Rev: 92b3f88a5d49229e71adafcfa7b1d01dcb7646f3
GitHub-Pull-Request: golang/go#59082
Auto-Submit: Ian Lance Taylor <>
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Reviewed-by: Damien Neil <>
Reviewed-by: Ian Lance Taylor <>
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