Structs – Go Lang Programming Tutorial: Part 18

In this video, we cover structs in the Go programming language.

The “syllabus” for this series of videos is inspired by the wonderful website compiled by Mark McGranaghan:

The software written in this video is available at:


Randix Lai says:

I don’t understand. In your last tutorial you say the a pointer points to the memory address, emp_ptr := &emp should represent a memory address, shouldn’t it? So why does fmt.Println(“emp_ptr.firstn_name”) print the value rather than fmt.Println(“*emp_ptr.firstn_name”) ?

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