Go - anonymous struct example

It is possible to create anonymous structs in Go. Anonymous structs do not have a name. They are created only once.

An anonymous struct is created only with the struct keyword. The declaration of the struct is followed by its initialization.

Go anonymous struct example

Here is a simple Golang anonymous struct example:


package main

import "fmt"

func main() {

    u := struct {
        firstName       string
        lastName string
        email        string
    }{
        firstName:      "John",
        lastName: 	"Cena",
        email:        	"cena@gmail.com",
    }

     // The struct fields are accessed with the dot operator.
        fmt.Println(u.firstName)
	fmt.Println(u.lastName)
	fmt.Println(u.email)
}

Output:

John
Cena
cena@gmail.com

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