can you relove this problem?I have encountered this problem.
On Tuesday, November 23, 2010 8:55:32 PM UTC+8, chris dollin wrote:

On 23 November 2010 12:39, Andreas Otto <aott...@t-online.de <javascript:>>
my problem is that the only way to convert an "interface{}",
using a "unknown" type, into an "string" is (as I know)

fmt.Sprintf("%s", ifc)

Is this right, or can I test for an "string" like interface?
You can use a type test. If X is your interface{} variable and T is
the type you want to test for -- be it an interface type or a concrete
type -- then

aT, isT := X.(T)

will set isT to true iff X has underlying type T and aT to the
T value (the zero value if isT = false).
what is the standard in GO if something support a serialization into a
"string" object
fmt.Stringer looks like the plausible candidate.

Are you really sure you want to be doing this test? (You can test an
interface{} for equality against a string anyway ..)


Chris "allusive" Dollin
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