Golang : How to iterate over a []string(array)



Tags : golang iterate string array

Sometimes the easiest thing to do is the hardest thing to remember... like how to iterate through a string array. :P

This is a simple for loop tutorial showing how to iterate over the values inside []string or any kind of arrays.

 package main

 import (
 "fmt"
 )

 func main() {

 // taken from http://www.asitis.com/16/

 divineValues := []string{
 "fearlessness",
 "purification of one's existence",
 "cultivation of spritual knowledge",
 "charity",
 "self-control",
 "performance of sacrifice",
 "study of the Vedas",
 "austerity and simplicity",
 "non-violence",
 "truthfulness",
 "freedom from anger",
 "renunciation",
 "tranquility",
 "aversion to faultfinding",
 "compassion and freedom from covetousness",
 "gentleness",
 "modesty and steady determination",
 "vigor",
 "forgiveness",
 "fortitude",
 "cleanliness",
 "freedom from envy and the passion for honor",
 }

 for index, each := range divineValues {
 fmt.Printf("Divine value [%d] is [%s]\n", index, each)
 }
 }

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  See also : Golang : Iterating Elements Over A List



Tags : golang iterate string array

By Adam Ng

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