How to use 'raspberry pi golang' in Go

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10func main() {
11 display, err := lcdrgbbacklight.Open(
12 &i2c.Devfs{Dev: "/dev/i2c-1"},
13 )
14 if err != nil {
15 panic(err)
16 }
17 defer display.Close()
18
19 display.Write("Hello World!")
20 display.SetRGB(0, 255, 0)
21
22 time.Sleep(5 * time.Second)
23
24 display.Clear()
25 display.Home()
26 display.SetRGB(255, 124, 0)
27
28 display.SetCustomChar(0, lcdrgbbacklight.CustomLCDChars["smiley"])
29 display.Write("goodbye\nhave a nice day " + string(byte(0)))
30
31 ticker := time.NewTicker(time.Millisecond * 200)
32 go func() {
33 for _ = range ticker.C {
34 display.Scroll(false)
35 }
36 }()
37 time.Sleep(4 * time.Second)
38 ticker.Stop()
39}
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