Notes on Go, part 1 of ∞

When writing tests in Go, there are a few useful ways to get info printed out to the screen.

  • t.log

Inside the test, you can log stuff using t.log. This will only show up if you use the -v flag when running go test.

  • fmt.PrintLn

Inside the actual program itself, you can print things using an fmt.Print command, and running the tests with the -v flag.

Basically, the -v flag is your friend when you want to see things in your go tests!

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