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Recursion is a process in which a function calls itself implicitly or explicitly and the corresponding function is called recursive function. Go language supports special… Read More
In Golang, a function that can be called with a variable argument list is known as a variadic function. One can pass zero or more… Read More
Functions may use certain parameters to receive values and perform the task required accordingly. The syntax for a function with two arguments is: func function_name(… Read More
Arrays in Golang or Go programming language is much similar to other programming languages. In the program, sometimes we need to store a collection of… Read More
In Go language, it is allowed to create two or more methods with the same name in the same package, but the receiver of these… Read More
Go language support methods. Go methods are similar to Go function with one difference, i.e, the method contains a receiver argument in it. With the… Read More
A structure or struct in Golang is a user-defined type, which allows us to create a group of elements of different types into a single… Read More
A function in Golang is a collection of statements which is used to perform specific task and return the result to the caller. A function… Read More
Go language provides a special feature known as an anonymous function. An anonymous function is a function which doesn’t contain any name. It is useful… Read More
The function that called with the varying number of arguments is known as variadic function. Or in other words, a user is allowed to pass… Read More
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
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