This function returns a string which describes the libpfm error value
in code. The string returned by the call is read-only.
The function must only be used with libpfm calls documented to return
specific error codes. The value -1 is not considered a specific error
code. Strings and pfm_pmu_t return values cannot be used with this
function. Typically NULL is returned in case of error for string
values, and PFM_PMU_NONE is returned for pfm_pmu_t values.
The function is also not designed to handle OS system call errors,
i.e., errno values.
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