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Go String

A succession of characters is known as a string. “Golang,” for example, is a string made up of the letters G, o, l, a, n, and g.

In Go, double quotes are used to denote strings. For instance,

// using var 
var name1 = "Go Programming"
// using shorthand notation 
name2 := "Go Programming"

Name1 and name2 are both strings with the value “Go Programming” in them.

Example: Golang String

// Program to create a string in Golang

package main 
import "fmt"
func main() {
 // creating string using var 
  var message1 = "Hello,"
  // creating string using shorthand notation message2 := "Welcome to Learn Code Zone"
  fmt.Println(message1)
  fmt.Println(message2)
}

Output

Hello,
Welcome to Learn Code Zone

Golang String using backtick

In Go, we can also represent strings using the backtick notation, ` `. For example,

// To represent a string with a backtick
package main
import "fmt"
func main() {
  //  representing string with `  ` 
  message := `I love Go Programming`
   fmt.Println(message)
}

Output

I love Go Programming

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