Get set Go - Methods in Go language

In the last two parts of this series, you looked at functions and anonymous functions. Both provide a way to create reusable blocks of code and each having its own purpose and use within Go programming. As learned earlier, Go is not a pure object oriented programming language. But, it does support some aspects of OOP. Methods in Go are one way to implement that “object-orientedness”. This is based on the concept that a type in Go language can have methods associated with it.

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