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Example

  • Only looping construct
  • Same as in C

// for is Go’s only looping construct. Here are three basic types of for loops.

// The most basic type, with a single condition.
i := 1
for i <= 3 { fmt.Println(i) i = i + 1 } // A classic initial/condition/after for loop. for j := 7; j <= 9; j++ { fmt.Println(j) } // for without a condition will loop repeatedly until you break out of the // loop or return from the enclosing function. for { fmt.Println("loop") break } // You can also continue to the next iteration of the loop. for n := 0; n <= 5; n++ { if n%2 == 0 { continue } fmt.Println(n) } [/sourcecode] [sourcecode language="text" title="" ] 1 2 3 7 8 9 loop 1 3 5 [/sourcecode]

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