For Loop Patterns In Go

In programming, a loop executes a statement or a block of statements repeatedly.

In Go, we have only one looping construct, the for loop. This post will discuss different kinds of loop patterns.

#1 For Loop Pattern

First, let’s get familiar with the primary form of the loop. It has three parts separated by semicolons.

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