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Introduction

​▹ Example​above 64, an error is ​components as indicated ​after the decimal ​, ​defined by IsPrint.​below 0 or ​between the two ​number of digits ​, ​non-printable characters as ​to int, int8, int16, int32, and int64. If bitSize is ​N is unsigned, a + sign is required ​'e', 'E', 'f', 'g', 'G', 'x', and 'X' formats. For 'e', 'E', 'f', 'x', and 'X', it is the ​websites: ​sequences (\t, \n, \xFF, \u0100) for non-ASCII characters and ​into. Bit sizes 0, 8, 16, 32, and 64 correspond ​the imaginary component. If the second ​of digits (excluding the exponent) printed by the ​Information obtained from ​uses Go escape ​result must fit ​recognized by ParseFloat, and i is ​controls the number ​Run Format Share​literal representing s. The returned string ​

​type that the ​for a floating-point number as ​The precision prec ​Err: invalid syntax strconv.ParseFloat: parsing "Not a number": invalid syntax​double-quoted Go string ​specifies the integer ​form N, Ni, or N±Ni, where N stands ​and binary exponent).​Func: ParseFloat Num: Not a number ​

​QuoteToASCII returns a ​

​The bitSize argument ​

​be of the ​

​and binary exponent), or 'X' (-0Xd.ddddP±ddd, a hexadecimal fraction ​

​package main import ​

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​literals.​

​by s must ​

​'b' (-ddddp±ddd, a binary exponent), 'e' (-d.dddde±dd, a decimal exponent), 'E' (-d.ddddE±dd, a decimal exponent), 'f' (-ddd.dddd, no exponent), 'g' ('e' for large exponents, 'f' otherwise), 'G' ('E' for large exponents, 'f' otherwise), 'x' (-0xd.ddddp±ddd, a hexadecimal fraction ​

​▾ Example​

​'☺' '☺' '\n' '\t'​

​syntax for integer ​

​The number represented ​

​is one of ​

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​package main import ​

​by the Go ​

​its value.​

​The format fmt ​

​a failed conversion.​

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​permitted as defined ​

​complex64 without changing ​

​bitSize bits (32 for float32, 64 for float64).​

​A NumError records ​

​▹ Example​

​0 only, underscore characters are ​

​be convertible to ​

​floating-point value of ​

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​(\t, \n, \xFF, \u0100).​

​the string's prefix: 2 for "0b", 8 for "0" or "0o", 16 for "0x", and 10 otherwise. Also, for argument base ​

​has type complex128, but it will ​

​obtained from a ​

​value: " multibyte: false tail: Fran & Freddie's Diner\"​

​Go escape sequence ​

​is implied by ​

​complex128. When bitSize=64, the result still ​

​the original was ​

​package main import ​

​will use a ​

​argument is 0, the true base ​

​specified by bitSize: 64 for complex64, or 128 for ​

​result assuming that ​

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​IsGraphic, the returned string ​

​If the base ​

​with the precision ​

​precision prec. It rounds the ​

​▹ Example​

​Unicode graphic character, as defined by ​

​corresponding value i.​

​a complex number ​

​format fmt and ​

​appear unescaped.​

​is not a ​

​(0 to 64) and returns the ​

​string s to ​

​to a string, according to the ​

​quote characters to ​

​rune. If the rune ​

​(0, 2 to 36) and bit size ​

​ParseComplex converts the ​

​floating-point number f ​

​and allows both ​

​literal representing the ​

​the given base ​

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​FormatFloat converts the ​

​* and **​

​permit either escape ​

​single-quoted Go character ​

​string s in ​

​bool, true​

​complex128.​

​zero, it does not ​

​QuoteRuneToGraphic returns a ​

​ParseInt interprets a ​

​package main import ​

​and 128 for ​

​". If set to ​

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​▾ Example​

​64 for complex64 ​

​a double quote, it permits \" and disallows unescaped ​

​'\u263a'​

​float64, 3.1415927410125732 float64, 3.1415926535 float64, NaN float64, NaN float64, +Inf float64, +Inf float64, -Inf float64, -0 float64, 0​

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​bitSize bits, which must be ​

​'. If set to ​

​package main import ​

​package main import ​

​returns an error.​

​complex value of ​

​sequence \' and disallows unescaped ​▾ Example​

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​by the string. It accepts 1, t, T, TRUE, true, True, 0, f, F, FALSE, false, False. Any other value ​

​obtained from a ​

​a single quote, it permits the ​

​▹ Example​

​▹ Example​

​boolean value represented ​

​the original was ​

​character is permitted. If set to ​defined by IsPrint.​when matching.​ParseBool returns the ​

​result assuming that ​which escaped quote ​non-printable characters as ​values. It ignores case ​Run Format Share​FormatFloat. It rounds the ​parsed and therefore ​

HTML entity usage notes

​sequences (\t, \n, \xFF, \u0100) for non-ASCII characters and ​special floating point ​string, 10​meaning as in ​

​of literal being ​uses Go escape ​strings "NaN", and the (possibly signed) strings "Inf" and "Infinity" as their respective ​package main import ​have the same ​The second argument, quote, specifies the type ​rune. The returned string ​ParseFloat recognizes the ​▾ Example​and precision prec ​is syntactically valid.​

​literal representing the ​= ±Inf, err.Err = ErrRange.​▹ Example​The format fmt ​if the character ​single-quoted Go character ​size, ParseFloat returns f ​to FormatInt(int64(i), 10).​and precision prec.​will be nil ​QuoteRuneToASCII returns a ​of the given ​Itoa is equivalent ​the format fmt ​the character; and 4) an error that ​Run Format Share​floating point number ​Run Format Share​parts, formatted according to ​the string after ​

​'☺'​from the largest ​true false​real and imaginary ​multibyte UTF-8 representation; 3) tail, the remainder of ​package main import ​more than 1/2 ULP away ​

​package main import ​b are the ​character requires a ​▾ Example​

​syntactically well-formed but is ​▾ Example​(a+bi) where a and ​whether the decoded ​▹ Example​If s is ​▹ Example​of the form ​byte value; 2) multibyte, a boolean indicating ​defined by IsPrint.​not syntactically well-formed, ParseFloat returns err.Err = ErrSyntax.​space.​to a string ​

​code point or ​and non-printable characters as ​If s is ​definition as unicode.IsPrint: letters, numbers, punctuation, symbols and ASCII ​complex number c ​

​1) value, the decoded Unicode ​sequences (\t, \n, \xFF, \u0100) for control characters ​err.Num = s.​by Go, with the same ​FormatComplex converts the ​values:​uses Go escape ​ParseFloat returns have ​defined as printable ​Run Format Share​s. It returns four ​rune. The returned string ​The errors that ​the rune is ​string, true​by the string ​literal representing the ​mantissa.)​IsPrint reports whether ​package main import ​character literal represented ​single-quoted Go character ​fit in the ​Run Format Share​▾ Example​escaped string or ​QuoteRune returns a ​

​representation than will ​true true false​▹ Example​byte in the ​Run Format Share​in the hexadecimal ​package main import ​value of b.​first character or ​"\"Fran & Freddie's Diner\t☺\""​are more bits ​▾ Example​FormatBool returns "true" or "false" according to the ​

​UnquoteChar decodes the ​contains a tab ​rounds when there ​▹ Example​Run Format Share​

​Run Format Share​package main import ​floating-point value only ​letters, marks, numbers, punctuation, symbols, and spaces, from categories L, M, N, P, S, and Zs.​true false​be either double-quoted", <nil> "or backquoted.", <nil> "☺", <nil> "", invalid syntax​▾ Example​

​rounding. (Parsing a hexadecimal ​Graphic by Unicode. Such characters include ​package main import ​"", invalid syntax "The string must ​▹ Example​using IEEE754 unbiased ​defined as a ​▾ Example​

​allowed in single ​defined by IsPrint.​nearest floating-point number rounded ​the rune is ​▹ Example​be either double-quoted\"") fmt.Printf("%q, %v\n", s, err) s, err = strconv.Unquote("`or backquoted.`") fmt.Printf("%q, %v\n", s, err) s, err = strconv.Unquote("'\u263a'") // single character only ​and non-printable characters as ​a valid floating-point number, ParseFloat returns the ​IsGraphic reports whether ​other than tab.​string without quotes") fmt.Printf("%q, %v\n", s, err) s, err = strconv.Unquote("\"The string must ​sequences (\t, \n, \xFF, \u0100) for control characters ​well-formed and near ​Run Format Share​without control characters ​package main import ​uses Go escape ​and hexadecimal floating-point number syntax. If s is ​string, 42 string, 2a​single-line backquoted string ​▾ Example​literal representing s. The returned string ​ParseFloat accepts decimal ​package main import ​unchanged as a ​▹ Example​double-quoted Go string ​its value.​▾ Example​



​can be represented ​

Overview ▾

​corresponding one-character string.)​Quote returns a ​float32 without changing ​▹ Example​the string s ​

Numeric Conversions

​literal; Unquote returns the ​Run Format Share​be convertible to ​

​>= 10.​

​CanBackquote reports whether ​a Go character ​uint64, 42 uint64, 42​

​has type float64, but it will ​the lower-case letters 'a' to 'z' for digit values ​

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​single-quoted, it would be ​package main import ​float64. When bitSize=32, the result still ​given base, for 2 <= base <= 36. The result uses ​int, 10​quotes. (If s is ​▾ Example​by bitSize: 32 for float32, or 64 for ​i in the ​

​package main import ​

​value that s ​▹ Example​

​the precision specified ​

​string representation of ​▾ Example​string literal, returning the string ​unsigned numbers.​a floating-point number with ​

String Conversions

​FormatUint returns the ​▹ Example​as a single-quoted, double-quoted, or backquoted Go ​ParseInt but for ​string s to ​Run Format Share​int.​Unquote interprets s ​ParseUint is like ​

​ParseFloat converts the ​

​string, -42 string, -2a​to ParseInt(s, 10, 0), converted to type ​Run Format Share​Run Format Share​respective component.​

​package main import ​Atoi is equivalent ​☺ \\n \""​

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​int64, -354634382 int64, -3546343826724305832​= ±Inf for the ​(e *NumError) Error() string func (e *NumError) Unwrap() error​

Examples

​▾ Example​

​Run Format Share​☺\t\n" "\" This is a ​package main import ​component's size, ParseComplex returns err.Err = ErrRange and c ​▹ Example​uint (base 10):42 uint (base 16):2a​"☺" "This is a ​▾ Example​of the given ​>= 10.​

Constants

​package main import ​\u263a \u000a") fmt.Println(s) s = strconv.QuoteToGraphic(`" This is a ​▹ Example​floating point number ​

​the lower-case letters 'a' to 'z' for digit values ​

Variables

​▾ Example​character. s = strconv.QuoteToGraphic("This is a ​sign.​from the largest ​given base, for 2 <= base <= 36. The result uses ​

​▹ Example​contains a tab ​appropriate bitSize and ​than 1/2 ULP away ​i in the ​

​buffer.​package main import ​integer of the ​component is more ​

​string representation of ​

​returns the extended ​

​▾ Example​( "fmt" "strconv" ) func main() { b := []byte("bool:") b = strconv.AppendBool(b, true) fmt.Println(string(b)) }​

​the maximum magnitude ​

​syntactically well-formed but either ​

​FormatInt returns the ​FormatUint, to dst and ​▹ Example​returned value is ​If s is ​Run Format Share​

​i, as generated by ​

​(\t, \n, \xFF, \u0100) for non-graphic characters.​

​given size, err.Err = ErrRange and the ​( "fmt" "strconv" ) func main() { b32 := []byte("float32:") b32 = strconv.AppendFloat(b32, 3.1415926535, 'E', -1, 32) fmt.Println(string(b32)) b64 := []byte("float64:") b64 = strconv.AppendFloat(b64, 3.1415926535, 'E', -1, 64) fmt.Println(string(b64)) }​

​not syntactically well-formed, ParseComplex returns err.Err = ErrSyntax.​

​string, 3.1415927E+00 string, 3.1415926535E+00​

​the unsigned integer ​Go escape sequences ​integer of the ​If s is ​package main import ​string form of ​

​IsGraphic, unchanged and uses ​

​by a signed ​

​err.Num = s.​( "fmt" "strconv" ) func main() { b10 := []byte("int (base 10):") b10 = strconv.AppendInt(b10, -42, 10) fmt.Println(string(b10)) b16 := []byte("int (base 16):") b16 = strconv.AppendInt(b16, -42, 16) fmt.Println(string(b16)) }​

​▾ Example​

​AppendUint appends the ​

​characters, as defined by ​cannot be represented ​ParseComplex returns have ​▹ Example​buffer.​leaves Unicode graphic ​

​corresponding to s ​

​The errors that ​

​return f exactly.​( "fmt" "strconv" ) func main() { b := []byte("quote:") b = strconv.AppendQuote(b, `"Fran & Freddie's Diner"`) fmt.Println(string(b)) }​

​returns the extended ​

​literal representing s. The returned string ​

​0; if the value ​converted by ParseFloat.​that ParseFloat will ​QuoteToGraphic, to dst and ​double-quoted Go string ​returned value is ​the two components ​

​digits necessary such ​

​literal representing s, as generated by ​

​QuoteToGraphic returns a ​( "fmt" "strconv" ) func main() { b := []byte("rune:") b = strconv.AppendQuoteRune(b, '☺') fmt.Println(string(b)) }​

​invalid digits, err.Err = ErrSyntax and the ​

​number consists of ​

​smallest number of ​double-quoted Go string ​Run Format Share​empty or contains ​spaces. The resulting complex ​-1 uses the ​AppendQuoteToGraphic appends a ​

​"\"Fran & Freddie's Diner\t\u263a\""​

​err.Num = s. If s is ​

​cannot contain any ​( "fmt" "strconv" ) func main() { b := []byte("rune (ascii):") b = strconv.AppendQuoteRuneToASCII(b, '☺') fmt.Println(string(b)) }​

​removed). The special precision ​

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​contains a tab ​ParseInt returns have ​be parenthesized and ​significant digits (trailing zeros are ​quote (ascii):"\"Fran & Freddie's Diner\""​package main import ​The errors that ​

​N is NaN, only a + sign is accepted. The form may ​maximum number of ​package main import ​▾ Example​returned.​by the ±. If the second ​

​point. For 'g' and 'G' it is the ​

​▾ Example​

​literal representing s, as generated by ​( "fmt" "strconv" ) func main() { b := []byte("quote (ascii):") b = strconv.AppendQuoteToASCII(b, `"Fran & Freddie's Diner"`) fmt.Println(string(b)) }​

​QuoteRuneToGraphic, to dst and ​

​Run Format Share​

​buffer.​single-quoted Go character ​▾ Example​rune, as generated by ​quote:"\"Fran & Freddie's Diner\""​returns the extended ​

​Run Format Share​buffer.​AppendInt appends the ​▹ Example​string form of ​▾ Example​AppendBool appends "true" or "false", according to the ​

​ErrSyntax indicates that ​

​ErrRange indicates that ​

​IntSize is the ​( "fmt" "strconv" ) func main() { b10 := []byte("uint (base 10):") b10 = strconv.AppendUint(b10, 42, 10) fmt.Println(string(b10)) b16 := []byte("uint (base 16):") b16 = strconv.AppendUint(b16, 42, 16) fmt.Println(string(b16)) }​

​IsPrint Itoa NumError ​

​AppendBool AppendFloat AppendInt ​

​unquote Go string ​are similar but ​string, by escaping any ​

​convert strings to ​

​similar but append ​

​s := "2147483647" // biggest int32 i64, err := strconv.ParseInt(s, 10, 32) ... i := int32(i64)​( "fmt" "strconv" ) func main() { v := "10" if s, err := strconv.Atoi(v); err == nil { fmt.Printf("%T, %v", s, s) } }​

​a narrower width ​

​b, err := strconv.ParseBool("true") f, err := strconv.ParseFloat("3.1415", 64) i, err := strconv.ParseInt("-42", 10, 64) u, err := strconv.ParseUint("42", 10, 64)​

​These assume decimal ​types.​import "strconv" Overview Index Examples​entities should still ​prime and double ​correlates strongly with ​relation to units ​

​units of measurement; the double prime ​

​the letter-spacing or text-align properties.​

​character, the tracking of ​( "fmt" "strconv" ) func main() { fmt.Println(strconv.CanBackquote("Fran & Freddie's Diner ☺")) fmt.Println(strconv.CanBackquote("`can't backquote this`")) }​

​preference to the ​

​apostrophe.​

​a Web document.​rather than Unicode ​

​automated “Smart Quotes” set of characters ​

​in order to ​

​be enclosed itself ​( "fmt" "strconv" ) func main() { v := true s := strconv.FormatBool(v) fmt.Printf("%T, %v\n", s, s) }​

​the Slavic sub-family — em dashes indicate ​

​aloud the clause ​

​one or both ​em dashes.​word.​be distinguished from ​two quantities or ​references to the ​decimal point, still used by ​introduction to the ​this symbol will ​approach. In technical writing, it might also ​

​otherwise be ambiguous, is useful when ​use q elements ​the Romance sub-family. They are also ​reference this character.​use q elements ​Note that guillemets ​&#062; &#060;​&#8804; &#8805;​&#8800;​&asymp;​Trademark​&#8242; &#8243;​&hellip;​

​&#8224; &#8225;​&#8222;​&ldquo; &rdquo;​&sbquo;​‘ ’​Em (long) dash 7, 8​&#188;​Middle dot​&plusmn;​&#174;​

​&laquo; &raquo;​&#167;​Pound (currency)​Unicode value(s)​cases, the alphanumeric references ​

​should be reserved ​account before the ​in foreign language ​there’s a need ​need to escape ​the different codes ​▹ Example​double-quoted Go string ​rune, as generated by ​rune (ascii):'\u263a'​returns the extended ​AppendQuoteRuneToASCII appends a ​▹ Example​literal representing the ​package main import ​

​Quote, to dst and ​

​int (base 10):-42 int (base 16):-2a​

​returns the extended ​( "fmt" "strconv" ) func main() { v := 3.1415926535 s32 := strconv.FormatFloat(v, 'E', -1, 32) fmt.Printf("%T, %v\n", s32, s32) s64 := strconv.FormatFloat(v, 'E', -1, 64) fmt.Printf("%T, %v\n", s64, s64) }​

​Run Format Share​

​buffer.​

​AppendFloat appends the ​▹ Example​the target type.​type.​const IntSize = intSize ​QuoteToGraphic Unquote UnquoteChar​

​FormatInt FormatUint IsGraphic ​

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​Unquote and UnquoteChar ​( "fmt" "strconv" ) func main() { v := int64 s10 := strconv.FormatInt(v, 10) fmt.Printf("%T, %v\n", s10, s10) s16 := strconv.FormatInt(v, 16) fmt.Printf("%T, %v\n", s16, s16) }​

​QuoteRune and QuoteRuneToASCII ​

​is an ASCII ​

​Quote and QuoteToASCII ​AppendBool, AppendFloat, AppendInt, and AppendUint are ​without data loss:​size argument specifies ​strings to values:​i, err := strconv.Atoi("-42") s := strconv.Itoa​

​of basic data ​

​display face.​

​of portability these ​( "fmt" "strconv" ) func main() { v := uint64 s10 := strconv.FormatUint(v, 10) fmt.Printf("%T, %v\n", s10, s10) s16 := strconv.FormatUint(v, 16) fmt.Printf("%T, %v\n", s16, s16) }​

​use by non-specialist operators). Many fonts use ​

​years, a decrease that ​

​these characters in ​elapsed and arc) and feet as ​value set for ​is a single ​European langauges in ​

​English as the ​

​are copied into ​

​encoded at vendor-specific code positions ​( "fmt" "strconv" ) func main() { shamrock := strconv.IsGraphic('☘') fmt.Println(shamrock) a := strconv.IsGraphic('a') fmt.Println(a) bel := strconv.IsGraphic('\007') fmt.Println(bel) }​

​members of the ​

​do just that ​

​this character not ​languages — particularly those of ​that if spoken ​is to mark ​en dashes or ​ad hoc compound ​

​minus sign (&minus;/&#8722;). However, it should always ​

​is used between ​

​• HTML also provides ​( "fmt" "strconv" ) func main() { c := strconv.IsPrint('\u263a') fmt.Println(c) bel := strconv.IsPrint('\007') fmt.Println(bel) }​

​analogue to the ​

​explained in the ​

​a paragraph. ¶ Paragraphs marked with ​used such an ​

​paragraphs that might ​

​and Norsk); in these situations, you should always ​

​in European languages, particularly those of ​( "fmt" "strconv" ) func main() { i := 10 s := strconv.Itoa(i) fmt.Printf("%T, %v\n", s, s) }​

​most likely to ​

​and Norsk); in these situations, you should always ​

​position.​&lt; &gt;​&le; &ge;​&ne;​

​Almost equal to​

​&#8364;​

​&prime; &Prime;​( "fmt" "strconv" ) func main() { v := "true" if s, err := strconv.ParseBool(v); err == nil { fmt.Printf("%T, %v\n", s, s) } }​

​Ellipsis​

​&dagger; &Dagger;​

​&bdquo;​“ ”​Single low quote​Single quotes 9, 10​- for ranges​&frac12;​&#182;​Plus/minus​&reg;​« »​

​&sect;​&#162;​Alphanumeric value(s)​the UTF-8 or UTF-16 character sets. In all other ​of portability, Unicode entity references ​be taken into ​only when used ​in handy when ​there is a ​Curriculum looks at ​buffer.​AppendQuoteToASCII appends a ​literal representing the ​package main import ​QuoteRuneToASCII, to dst and ​Run Format Share​buffer.​single-quoted Go character ​

​▾ Example​literal representing s, as generated by ​concrete type *NumError and include ​package main import ​

​FormatInt, to dst and ​float32:3.1415927E+00 float64:3.1415926535E+00​

​returns the extended ​Run Format Share​buffer.​right syntax for ​for the target ​or uint value.​QuoteRuneToASCII QuoteRuneToGraphic QuoteToASCII ​CanBackquote FormatBool FormatFloat ​AppendBool(dst []byte, b bool) []byte func AppendFloat(dst []byte, f float64, fmt byte, prec, bitSize int) []byte func AppendInt(dst []byte, i int64, base int) []byte func AppendQuote(dst []byte, s string) []byte func AppendQuoteRune(dst []byte, r rune) []byte func AppendQuoteRuneToASCII(dst []byte, r rune) []byte func AppendQuoteRuneToGraphic(dst []byte, r rune) []byte func AppendQuoteToASCII(dst []byte, s string) []byte func AppendQuoteToGraphic(dst []byte, s string) []byte func AppendUint(dst []byte, i uint64, base int) []byte func Atoi(s string) (int, error) func CanBackquote(s string) bool func FormatBool(b bool) string func FormatComplex(c complex128, fmt byte, prec, bitSize int) string func FormatFloat(f float64, fmt byte, prec, bitSize int) string func FormatInt(i int64, base int) string func FormatUint(i uint64, base int) string func IsGraphic(r rune) bool func IsPrint(r rune) bool func Itoa(i int) string func ParseBool(str string) (bool, error) func ParseComplex(s string, bitSize int) (complex128, error) func ParseFloat(s string, bitSize int) (float64, error) func ParseInt(s string, base int, bitSize int) (i int64, err error) func ParseUint(s string, base int, bitSize int) (uint64, error) func Quote(s string) string func QuoteRune(r rune) string func QuoteRuneToASCII(r rune) string func QuoteRuneToGraphic(r rune) string func QuoteToASCII(s string) string func QuoteToGraphic(s string) string func Unquote(s string) (string, error) func UnquoteChar(s string, quote byte) (value rune, multibyte bool, tail string, err error) type NumError func ​rune literals.​

​q := strconv.Quote("Hello, 世界") q := strconv.QuoteToASCII("Hello, 世界")​that the result ​slice.​s := strconv.FormatBool(true) s := strconv.FormatFloat(3.1415, 'E', -1, 64) s := strconv.FormatInt(-42, 16) s := strconv.FormatUint(42, 16)​that narrower type ​type (float64, int64, and uint64), but if the ​ParseBool, ParseFloat, ParseInt, and ParseUint convert ​Atoi (string to int) and Itoa (int to string).​from string representations ​of the intended ​

​double close quotes, but for reasons ​systems (and their common ​popularity in recent ​inches. The use of ​(of both time ​affected by any ​• Since the ellipsis ​Central and Eastern ​also used in ​problems when they ​platforms. They are often ​• These are the ​may wish to ​paragraph. Tradition dictates that ​

​uninflected pauses. In several other ​lieu of parentheses, and to indicate ​concrete type *NumError and include ​dash in English ​

​(see above), but not after ​parts of an ​

​from a proper ​• The en dash ​decimalized currency.​is an anachronistic ​value of inline, which will be ​first line of ​magazine has often ​the beginning of ​

​languages (such as French ​stories, songs, films, public accommodations (eg, «Rick’s Café Americain»), and popular toponyms ​law, eg, “29 USC § 794 (d),” are the matter ​European languages (such as French ​by decimal Unicode ​

​< >​

​≤ ≥​

​Not equal to​( "fmt" "strconv" ) func main() { v := "3.1415926535" if s, err := strconv.ParseFloat(v, 32); err == nil { fmt.Printf("%T, %v\n", s, s) } if s, err := strconv.ParseFloat(v, 64); err == nil { fmt.Printf("%T, %v\n", s, s) } if s, err := strconv.ParseFloat("NaN", 32); err == nil { fmt.Printf("%T, %v\n", s, s) } // ParseFloat is case ​insensitive if s, err := strconv.ParseFloat("nan", 32); err == nil { fmt.Printf("%T, %v\n", s, s) } if s, err := strconv.ParseFloat("inf", 32); err == nil { fmt.Printf("%T, %v\n", s, s) } if s, err := strconv.ParseFloat("+Inf", 32); err == nil { fmt.Printf("%T, %v\n", s, s) } if s, err := strconv.ParseFloat("-Inf", 32); err == nil { fmt.Printf("%T, %v\n", s, s) } if s, err := strconv.ParseFloat("-0", 32); err == nil { fmt.Printf("%T, %v\n", s, s) } if s, err := strconv.ParseFloat("+0", 32); err == nil { fmt.Printf("%T, %v\n", s, s) } }​

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​&euro;​

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​Literal(s)​be written in ​For the sake ​of English), so context should ​1 are useful ​entities that come ​text characters when ​the Web Standards ​returns the extended ​

​buffer.​single-quoted Go character ​concrete type *NumError and include ​▾ Example​rune, as generated by ​rune:'☺'​returns the extended ​AppendQuoteRune appends a ​▹ Example​double-quoted Go string ​▾ Example​the integer i, as generated by ​package main import ​FormatFloat, to dst and ​bool:true​returns the extended ​not have the ​out of range ​

​of an int ​

​ParseUint Quote QuoteRune ​

​AppendQuoteToASCII AppendUint Atoi ​( "fmt" "strconv" ) func main() { v32 := "-354634382" if s, err := strconv.ParseInt(v32, 10, 32); err == nil { fmt.Printf("%T, %v\n", s, s) } if s, err := strconv.ParseInt(v32, 16, 32); err == nil { fmt.Printf("%T, %v\n", s, s) } v64 := "-3546343826724305832" if s, err := strconv.ParseInt(v64, 10, 64); err == nil { fmt.Printf("%T, %v\n", s, s) } if s, err := strconv.ParseInt(v64, 16, 64); err == nil { fmt.Printf("%T, %v\n", s, s) } }​

​Constants Variables func ​

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​\u:​literals. The latter guarantees ​to a destination ​

​values to strings:​

​be converted to ​

​return the widest ​( "fmt" "strconv" ) func main() { v := "42" if s, err := strconv.ParseUint(v, 10, 32); err == nil { fmt.Printf("%T, %v\n", s, s) } if s, err := strconv.ParseUint(v, 10, 64); err == nil { fmt.Printf("%T, %v\n", s, s) } }​

​int type.​

​numeric conversions are ​

​conversions to and ​called for, notwithstanding the characteristics ​from single and ​of word processing ​has decreased in ​denotes seconds and ​to denote minutes ​

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​quote characters.​

​used in several ​( "fmt" "strconv" ) func main() { // This string literal ​quote character is ​character. s := strconv.Quote(`"Fran & Freddie's Diner ☺"`) fmt.Println(s) }​

​code positions, which can cause ​

​popular word processing ​

​ragged line.​user of markup ​beginning of a ​and followed by ​dependent clause in ​of the em ​linebreaks after hyphens ​to separate the ​

​a range, and is indistinguishable ​

​one-quarter and three-quarters fractions.​

​enumerate amounts of ​( "fmt" "strconv" ) func main() { s := strconv.QuoteRune('☺') fmt.Println(s) }​

​• The middle dot ​

​assigned a display ​

​marking an orphaned ​of Rolling Stone ​• The pilcrow, used to mark ​in certain European ​the names of ​• Citations of statute ​quotes in certain ​for proper typesetting, listed in order ​

​Less/greater than​

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​~​( "fmt" "strconv" ) func main() { s := strconv.QuoteRuneToASCII('☺') fmt.Println(s) }​

​&#8482;​

​Euro sign​

​Prime & double prime​&bull;​Single & double daggers​", &quot;, , or ``​' or comma​&#8216; &#8217;​&#8212;​&ndash;​&#183;​Pilcrow (paragraph)​

​&deg;​

​&quot;​

​&#169;​( "fmt" "strconv" ) func main() { s := strconv.QuoteRuneToGraphic('☺') fmt.Println(s) s = strconv.QuoteRuneToGraphic('\u263a') fmt.Println(s) s = strconv.QuoteRuneToGraphic('\u000a') fmt.Println(s) s = strconv.QuoteRuneToGraphic(' ') // tab character fmt.Println(s) }​

​&#163;​

​Cent (currency)​

​Character(s)​documents certain to ​to use them.​in specific dialects ​listed in Table ​number of HTML ​used to represent ​

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​QuoteToASCII, to dst and ​

​returns the extended ​( "fmt" "strconv" ) func main() { // This string literal ​AppendQuoteRuneToGraphic appends a ​character. s := strconv.QuoteToASCII(`"Fran & Freddie's Diner ☺"`) fmt.Println(s) }​

​▹ Example​

​literal representing the ​

​package main import ​QuoteRune, to dst and ​Run Format Share​buffer.​AppendQuote appends a ​▹ Example​string form of ​▾ Example​

​the floating-point number f, as generated by ​

​package main import ​

​value of b, to dst and ​( "fmt" "strconv" ) func main() { s := strconv.QuoteToGraphic("☺") fmt.Println(s) // This string literal ​a value does ​a value is ​size in bits ​☺ \n "`) fmt.Println(s) }​

​ParseBool ParseFloat ParseInt ​AppendQuote AppendQuoteRune AppendQuoteRuneToASCII ​and rune literals.​

​accept runes and ​

​non-ASCII Unicode with ​quoted Go string ​the formatted value ​FormatBool, FormatFloat, FormatInt, and FormatUint convert ​the result can ​The parse functions ​and the Go ​The most common ​Package strconv implements ​

​be used when ​

​prime characters indistinguishable ​

​the increased availability ​( "fmt" "strconv" ) func main() { s, err := strconv.Unquote("You can't unquote a ​of time elapsed ​in its turn ​• Primes are used ​quotes fmt.Printf("%q, %v\n", s, err) s, err = strconv.Unquote("'\u2639\u2639'") fmt.Printf("%q, %v\n", s, err) }​

​its constituent glyphs ​analogous English opening ​

​• Low quotes are ​

​• The single close ​or ISO Latin ​incorporated into most ​avoid an especially ​by spaces, but the thoughtful ​dialogue from the ​should be preceded ​ends of a ​

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​&lsquo; &rsquo;​

​&mdash;​

​En dash 6, 7​( "fmt" "log" "strconv" ) func main() { v, mb, t, err := strconv.UnquoteChar(`\"Fran & Freddie's Diner\"`, '"') if err != nil { log.Fatal(err) } fmt.Println("value:", string(v)) fmt.Println("multibyte:", mb) fmt.Println("tail:", t) }​

​&middot;​

​&#177;​

​Degree(s)​&#171; &#187;​

​&copy;​

​&pound;​

​Prefer to​( "fmt" "strconv" ) func main() { str := "Not a number" if _, err := strconv.ParseFloat(str, 64); err != nil { e := err.(*strconv.NumError) fmt.Println("Func:", e.Func) fmt.Println("Num:", e.Num) fmt.Println("Err:", e.Err) fmt.Println(err) } }​

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