I am currently playing with Google Go language.
Learn more about it at www.golang.org
It is a pretty fast language to build efficient things. I work on my MAC OSX and love that.
My first HelloWord.go code is available on my GitHub repo here.
It is almost empty as what I was trying to do was mostly understand the setup of Go and push something.
It uses the Println function, which definitions goes as follow:
From my terminal, when typing GO, we can see that the commands are:
build compile packages and dependencies
clean remove object files
doc show documentation for package or symbol
env print Go environment information
fix run go tool fix on packages
fmt run gofmt on package sources
generate generate Go files by processing source
get download and install packages and dependencies
install compile and install packages and dependencies
list list packages
run compile and run Go program
test test packages
tool run specified go tool
version print Go version
vet run go tool vet on packages
Use “go help [command]” for more information about a command.
Let see where I get with it after couple of days.
Download Go from https://golang.org/dl/
About the Go Command https://golang.org/doc/articles/go_command.html
Learn about the Go product at https://golang.org/project/
GitHub page for the source code holding the Println function https://github.com/golang/go/tree/master/src/fmt