Go Tutorials

Dive into the world of Go programming with our extensive collection of tutorials. Master the language, build practical projects, and enhance your coding skills through interactive learning experiences.

Online Go Playground
Online Go Playground
Explore the power of Go programming with Online Go Playground - a seamless coding environment for developers to test, debug, and optimize their Go applications.
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Concurrent Goroutine Synchronization
Concurrent Goroutine Synchronization
This lab aims to demonstrate how to use channels and goroutines to synchronize access to shared state across multiple goroutines.
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Command-Line Flag Parsing in Go
Command-Line Flag Parsing in Go
The purpose of this lab is to implement a command-line program that supports basic command-line flag parsing using the flag package in Golang.
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Dynamic Content Generation with Golang Templates
Dynamic Content Generation with Golang Templates
In this lab, you will learn how to use the Go `text/template` package to generate dynamic content, including accessing struct fields, providing conditional execution, and looping through slices, arrays, maps, or channels.
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Compute SHA256 Hashes in Go
Compute SHA256 Hashes in Go
This lab aims to demonstrate how to compute SHA256 hashes in Go. SHA256 hashes are commonly used to compute short identities for binary or text blobs.
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Exploring Go's Range Keyword
Exploring Go's Range Keyword
The range keyword is used to iterate over elements in a variety of data structures in Golang. In this lab, we will explore how to use range with different data structures.
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Variadic Functions in Go
Variadic Functions in Go
In Go, a function that can take a variable number of arguments is called a variadic function. This lab will test your understanding of how to use variadic functions in Go.
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Sorting Built-in Types in Go
Sorting Built-in Types in Go
The Go programming language provides a built-in package named sort that implements sorting for builtins and user-defined types. In this lab, we will focus on sorting for builtins.
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Strings and Runes
Strings and Runes
This lab focuses on Go strings and runes. In Go, strings are read-only slices of bytes, and runes are integers that represent Unicode code points. This lab will explore how to work with strings and runes in Go.
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Multiple Return Values
Multiple Return Values
In this lab, you will learn how to use multiple return values in Go functions, including how to return two input parameters in reverse order and how to accept a variable number of arguments in Go functions.
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Golang XML Mapping and Manipulation
Golang XML Mapping and Manipulation
This lab aims to test your knowledge of working with XML in Golang. You will be required to create a struct that can be mapped to XML, marshal and unmarshal XML data, and use field tags to define the structure of the XML output.
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Exploring Golang Variable Declarations
Exploring Golang Variable Declarations
This lab aims to test your understanding of variables in Golang. In Golang, variables are explicitly declared and used by the compiler to check the type-correctness of function calls.
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Go Basics: Value Types Exploration
Go Basics: Value Types Exploration
This lab aims to test your understanding of Golang's basic value types, including strings, integers, floats, and booleans.
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Parsing URLs in Go
Parsing URLs in Go
The purpose of this lab is to demonstrate how to parse URLs in Go.
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Implementing Go Timeouts with Channels
Implementing Go Timeouts with Channels
The purpose of this lab is to implement timeouts in Go using channels and select.
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String Formatting Fundamentals in Golang
String Formatting Fundamentals in Golang
This lab aims to test your knowledge of string formatting in Golang. You will be required to format different types of data such as integers, floats, strings, and structs using various formatting verbs.
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Spawning External Processes in Go
Spawning External Processes in Go
In some cases, Go programs need to spawn non-Go processes. This lab aims to demonstrate how to spawn external processes in Go.
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Handling Unix Signals in Go
Handling Unix Signals in Go
The Signals lab demonstrates how to handle Unix signals in Go programs using channels.
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