Go Programming: Mapping Strings to Lists Tutorial

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  1. Introduction
  2. Mapping Strings to Lists
  3. Iterating Over the List
  4. Conclusion

Introduction

In Go programming, mapping strings to lists is a common task. This tutorial will show you how to do it efficiently using built-in functions and data structures.

Mapping Strings to Lists

To map a string to a list in Go, you can use the built-in function "strings.Split" and the data structure "slice". The "strings.Split" function takes two arguments: the string to be split and the delimiter. It returns a slice of strings.

import "strings"

func main() {
  str := "apple,banana,orange"
  delimiter := ","
  list := strings.Split(str, delimiter)
}

In this example, the string "str" is split using the delimiter "," and the resulting slice of strings is assigned to the variable "list".

Iterating Over the List

Once you have mapped the string to a list, you can easily iterate over it using a "for" loop.

for i := 0; i < len(list); i++ {
  fmt.Println(list[i])
}

This loop will print out each element of the list.

Conclusion

Mapping strings to lists in Go programming is a simple task when you know how to use the built-in functions and data structures. By using "strings.Split" and slices, you can efficiently map strings to lists and iterate over them easily.

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