Is there a module to determine a data type?

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  • govalidator

    [Go] Package of validators and sanitizers for strings, numerics, slices and structs

    If you just want to assert that certain strings are convertible into certain types, https://github.com/asaskevich/govalidator contains a lot of handy functions to do just that.

  • dataframe.mod

    an implementation of the dataframe notion for Go

    I started writing something to do this (dataframe). It will generate a dataframe (a collection of slices of different types, all the same length, each corresponding to a column). It tries to figure out from the first N lines what the type of each column is. There's support for int64, float64, bool and string-type columns. I haven't touched it for a year but I recall it was in a working state when I stopped.

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