10 examples of 'fmt.sprint' in Go

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16func SprintExprAt(expr string, pos lexer.Position) string {
17 column := pos.Column
18 if column > 0 {
19 column--
20 }
21
22 str := fmt.Sprintf("%s\n", expr)
23 str += strings.Repeat(" ", column)
24 str += "^"
25 return str
26}
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57func (t *TimeCounter) Sprint() string {
58 a := make([]string, 0)
59 for i, name := range t.stepNames {
60 a = append(a, fmt.Sprintf("%s: %.4f", name, t.stepTimes[i]))
61 }
62 a = append(a, fmt.Sprintf("Total: %.4f", t.Total()))
63 return strings.Join(a, "\n")
64}
197func (c *ConfigState) Sprint(a ...interface{}) string {
198 return fmt.Sprint(c.convertArgs(a)...)
199}
85func Sprint(a ...interface{}) string {
86 return fmt.Sprint(evaluateInputs(a...)...)
87}
34func (c Cursor) Sprintn(n int) string {
35 if c == EraseLine {
36 return c.Sprint()
37 }
38 return fmt.Sprintf("%s%d%c", EscapeStart, n, c)
39}
8func MyFMT() gin.HandlerFunc {
9
10 return func(c *gin.Context) {
11 host := c.Request.Host
12 fmt.Printf("Before: %s\n",host)
13 c.Next()
14 fmt.Println("Next: ...")
15 }
16
17}
17func Sprint(code Attribute, a ...interface{}) string {
18 return color.New(code.(color.Attribute)).Sprint(a...)
19}
16func fmtPrint(args ...tengo.Object) (ret tengo.Object, err error) {
17 printArgs, err := getPrintArgs(args...)
18 if err != nil {
19 return nil, err
20 }
21 _, _ = fmt.Print(printArgs...)
22 return nil, nil
23}
210func SprintExpectActual(expect, actual interface{}) string {
211 return fmt.Sprintf("expect: %+v\nactual: %+v\n", expect, actual)
212}
53func Cprint(str string, num int) {
54 fmt.Print("\n")
55 for i := 0; i <= num; i++ {
56 fmt.Printf(str)
57 }
58 fmt.Print("\n\n")
59}

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