10 examples of 'golang parse int' in Go

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108func Int(x int32) {
109 fmt.Println("Received int32", x)
110}
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87func parseInt(s string) int {
88 i, _ := strconv.Atoi(s)
89 return i
90}
127func T2Int64(g interface{}) (int64, error) {
128 v, err := T2String(g)
129 if err != nil {
130 return int64(0), err
131 }
132 i, ierr := strconv.Atoi(v)
133 if ierr != nil {
134 return int64(0), ierr
135 }
136 return int64(i), nil
137}
8func ParseInt(s string) int {
9 i, err := strconv.Atoi(s)
10 if err != nil {
11 panic(err)
12 }
13
14 return i
15}
11func test2(L *lua.State) int {
12 arg := L.CheckInteger(-1)
13 argfrombottom := L.CheckInteger(1)
14 fmt.Print("test2 arg: ")
15 fmt.Println(arg)
16 fmt.Print("from bottom: ")
17 fmt.Println(argfrombottom)
18 return 0
19}
36func Int(parser Parser) Parser {
37 return Transform(parser, func(input interface{}) interface{} {
38 r := input.(Scanner)
39 s := r.String()
40 i, err := strconv.Atoi(s)
41 if err != nil {
42 panic(err)
43 }
44 return IntToken{Scanner: r, Int: i}
45 })
46}
296func (p *parser) parseInt() (Int, error) {
297 n := p.skipOpenParens()
298 t, err := p.expectInt()
299 if err != nil {
300 return 0, err
301 }
302 err = p.expectCloseParens(n)
303 if err != nil {
304 return 0, err
305 }
306 return t, nil
307}
18func main() {
19
20 optionsG := map[string]string{"round": "12", "b": "one"}
21
22 roundG = strToInt(optionsG["round"], 50)
23
24 println(roundG)
25
26 println(optionsG)
27}
46func ParseInt(data string) (v int64, err error) {
47 i, err := strconv.Atoi(data)
48 if err == nil {
49 v = int64(i)
50 }
51 return
52}
9func parseInt(b []byte) (i int64, err error) {
10 s := unsafeBytesToString(b)
11 return strconv.ParseInt(s, 10, 64)
12}

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