Learn how to perform common operations with strings in Go. This article discusses how to write multiline strings, concatenate strings efficiently, convert various data types into strings, checking for prefixes, and converting strings to byte slices.
Ever wonder why a string is a byte slice in Go, or how to properly splice a string? In this article we discuss some common things that confuse beginners about strings, as well as how to work with them a little more efficiently.
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