This is a 3 part series composed of the following articles:
An explanation of what anonymous functions and closures are, along with examples of how to create and use them in Go (aka Golang).
Explore five different real world use cases for closures that will help you understand and utilize closures better in your own code.
This article explores a couple easy to make but hard to debug mistakes that can be made when working with closures in Go, and explains how to avoid them.
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