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Category Archives: Go Language

In Go language, you are allowed to return multiple values from a function, using the return statement. Or in other words, in function, a single… Read More
In Go language, the select statement is just like switch statement, but in the select statement, case statement refers to communication, i.e. sent or receive… Read More
A typical program uses various values that may change during its execution. For Example, a program that performs some operations on the values entered by… Read More
Functions are generally the block of codes or statements in a program that gives the user the ability to reuse the same code which ultimately… Read More
Keywords or Reserved words are the words in a language that are used for some internal process or represent some predefined actions. These words are… Read More
In programming languages, identifiers are used for identification purposes. Or in other words, identifiers are the user-defined name of the program components. In Go language,… Read More
A switch statement is a multiway branch statement. It provides an efficient way to transfer the execution to different parts of a code based on… Read More
Loop control statements in the Go language are used to change the execution of the program. When the execution of the given loop left its… Read More
Go language contains only a single loop that is for-loop. A for loop is a repetition control structure that allows us to write a loop… Read More
Decision making in programming is similar to decision making in real life. In decision making, a piece of code is executed when the given condition… Read More
Go (also referred as Golang) is a procedural and statically-typed programming language having syntax similar to C language. It provides a rich standard library, garbage… Read More
As the name CONSTANTS suggests, it means fixed. In programming languages also it is same i.e., once the value of constant is defined, it cannot… Read More
Introduction Go is a procedural programming language. It was developed in 2007 by Robert Griesemer, Rob Pike, and Ken Thompson at Google but launched in… Read More

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