Debugging Go Code with Delve

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  • delve

    Delve is a debugger for the Go programming language.

    We learned how to use Delve to debug our code like a pro. Of course, the above example could've been easily debugged by adding a print statement inside the loop in calcMean. However, when you encounter nasty bugs in your journey, you will thank yourself for reading this post and knowing how to use a debugger. Delve provides many more commands, which you can check out in their documentation. Last time, we learned how to write tests to prevent bugs. When bugs do appear, we now know how to use a debugger to squash them.

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