Where can I find the complete reference for Go?
Depends on what you mean by reference…
And there is a lot more available.
if you mean just a quick overview, there are some cheat sheets on github
What I’m looking for is something that I can look up (index) things I want more information about. Think K&R, think Stroustrup.
I went through the tutorial, but they didn’t even describe all of the reserved words.
Or should I just post questions that the tutorial didn’t cover?
If they have a reference, it is well-hidden.
It’s linked in my post.
It sounds like what you are looking for is the page linked by the “Documents” button at the top of the page - https://golang.org/doc/ It has a list of suggested reading for getting started with Go.
Aside from that I’m not sure what you are looking for. If you can be more specific I’m happy to make suggestions, and if you have specific questions you are definitely welcome to post them here.
For instance, do you want a list of all the functions and packages in the standard library? Or are you looking for a book to guide you through writing some sample programs in Go and covering the most commonly used libraries? Or something else entirely?
So sorry! I realized my mistake when I went back and actually looked.
So sorry! I realized that once I clicked on the Documents button.
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