How to run " > with golang

HOW to run " sir my quote “quotequotequotequotequotequotequotequotequote”

package main

import “fmt”

func main() {
fmt.Println(" HE >_< = “< llo, 世界”)
}

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Sorry, but what exactly is the question?

First I thought you want shell redirection, though your example code is just some weird half baked println.

Also please use tripple-backticks for code or indent by additional 4 spaces to make the forum software and it’s rendering engine aware of your snippet beeing code:

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Just like this
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Use a raw string literal.

package main

import "fmt"

func main() {
	fmt.Println(` HE >_< = “< llo, 世界`)
}

https://play.golang.org/p/WHViGxEGy8u

HE >_< = “< llo, 世界


The Go Programming Language Specification

String literals

A string literal represents a string constant obtained from concatenating a sequence of characters. There are two forms: raw string literals and interpreted string literals.

Raw string literals are character sequences between back quotes, as in foo . Within the quotes, any character may appear except back quote. The value of a raw string literal is the string composed of the uninterpreted (implicitly UTF-8-encoded) characters between the quotes; in particular, backslashes have no special meaning and the string may contain newlines. Carriage return characters (’\r’) inside raw string literals are discarded from the raw string value.

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how to <br new enter sir?

indent preformatted text by 4 spaces
package main

import (
	"fmt"
)

func main() {

var nn ="<br>.php"
var a = "<script type='text/javascript'> var test='../z.php?cookie_data='+escape(document.cookie);</script>"
	
	
	fmt.Println(a,nn)
}

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