10 examples of 'golang print slice' in Go

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41func PrintSSlice(ss []*S) {
42 for i, s := range ss {
43 fmt.Printf("%d: %v\n", i, s.Name)
44 }
45}
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415func (v *BaseKParserVisitor) VisitSlice(ctx *SliceContext) interface{} {
416 return v.VisitChildren(ctx)
417}
27func printSliceInfo(x []int){
28
29 fmt.Printf("len=%d,cap=%d,slice=%v\n",len(x),cap(x),x)
30}
111func (e *fieldsEmpty) gSlice(sl *Slice, x *extra) {
112 //next(e, sl.Els)
113}
466func (p *Printer) printSliceAt(typ *dwarf.SliceType, a uint64) {
467 // Slices look like a struct with fields array *elemtype, len uint32/64, cap uint32/64.
468 // BUG: Slice header appears to have fields with ByteSize == 0
469 ptr, err := p.server.peekPtrStructField(&typ.StructType, a, "array")
470 if err != nil {
471 p.errorf("reading slice: %s", err)
472 return
473 }
474 length, err := p.server.peekUintOrIntStructField(&typ.StructType, a, "len")
475 if err != nil {
476 p.errorf("reading slice: %s", err)
477 return
478 }
479 // Capacity is not used yet.
480 _, err = p.server.peekUintOrIntStructField(&typ.StructType, a, "cap")
481 if err != nil {
482 p.errorf("reading slice: %s", err)
483 return
484 }
485 elemType := typ.ElemType
486 size, ok := p.sizeof(typ.ElemType)
487 if !ok {
488 p.errorf("can't determine element size")
489 }
490 p.printf("%s{", typ)
491 for i := uint64(0); i < length; i++ {
492 if i != 0 {
493 p.printf(", ")
494 }
495 p.printValueAt(elemType, ptr)
496 ptr += size // TODO: Alignment and padding - not given by Type
497 }
498 p.printf("}")
499}
15func inspectSlice(slice []int) {
16 fmt.Printf("Length[%d] Capacity[%d]\n", len(slice), cap(slice))
17 for i := range slice {
18 fmt.Printf("[%d] %p %v\n", i, &slice[i], slice[i])
19 }
20}
86func (self *PrettyPrinter) VisitSliceExpr(node *ast.SliceExpr) {
87 self.debug(node)
88
89 node.X.Accept(self)
90 puts("[")
91 node.Low.Accept(self)
92 puts(":")
93 node.High.Accept(self)
94 puts("]")
95}
63func (self *LogStructVisitor) EndSlice(depth int, v reflect.Value) error {
64 indent := strings.Repeat(" ", depth)
65 self.Logger.Printf("%sEndSlice(%T)", indent, v.Interface())
66 return nil
67}
111func PrintSliceAmong(ctx cli.Context, header string) Printer {
112 return func(v interface{}) {
113 slice := reflect.ValueOf(v)
114 strs := make([]string, 0, slice.Len())
115 for i := 0; i < slice.Len(); i++ {
116 strs = append(strs, fmt.Sprintf("%v", slice.Index(i).Interface()))
117 }
118 if slice.Len() == 0 {
119 ctx.Printf("%v: (none)\n", header)
120 } else {
121 ctx.Printf("%v: %v\n", header, strings.Join(strs, ", "))
122 }
123 }
124}
80func (x AstSlice) Slice(lo, hi int) AstWithSlice { x.X = x.X[lo:hi]; return x }

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