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re: Is Go an Object Oriented language? VIEW POST

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re: I feel like OOP is more of a pattern/paradigm than a constraint. Some languages have constrained themselves to that single pattern but many (probab...

Sure, fair point and it surely is not black/white binary answer. That's why the official Go doc states: "kind of". The question is, should you? ;) The only way to use Go as OO language is by abusing pointers for everything and that doesn't make too much sense to me.

ahhaha "should you" is another relative question :D

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