|author||Jonathan Amsterdam <firstname.lastname@example.org>||Wed Jul 26 15:20:00 2023 -0400|
|committer||Jonathan Amsterdam <email@example.com>||Thu Aug 03 21:41:35 2023 +0000|
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This repository contains a collection of Go programs and libraries that demonstrate the language, standard libraries, and tools.
$ git clone https://go.googlesource.com/example $ cd example
$ cd hello $ go build $ ./hello -help
A trivial “Hello, world” program that uses a library package.
The hello command covers:
The reverse reverse covers:
$ cd helloserver $ go run .
A trivial “Hello, world” web server.
$ cd outyet $ go run .
A web server that answers the question: “Is Go 1.x out yet?”
A trivial “Hello, world” App Engine application intended to be used as the starting point for your own code. Please see Google App Engine SDK for Go and Quickstart for Go in the App Engine Standard Environment.
go/types package is a type-checker for Go programs. It is one of the most complex packages in Go's standard library, so we have provided this tutorial to help you find your bearings. It comes with several example programs that you can obtain using
go get and play with as you learn to build tools that analyze or manipulate Go programs.
A trivial web server that demonstrates the use of the
log/slog package supports structured logging. It features a flexible backend in the form of a
Handler interface. This guide can help you write your own handler.