I am someone new to Go.
When I write a Perl or Python script and it has some modules, I need to ensure that the same Perl/Python version and the modules are installed on all the servers on which I am running the scripts.
Does this hold true for Go? I guess not, but just wanted to confirm.
Compiled executables are selfcontained. So after compilation all you need to deploy is the executable.
Thanks for replying. One of the reasons why I am interested in learning Go is this single binary executable. But, just wanted to confirm it. Sorry for asking such a noob question.
Never apologize for asking questions like this. This is how we learn.
Thank you for the encouragement.
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