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Go Language Go Language Overview Go Syntax Package Variables

Where's wrong here? :c

I have tried a twenty times and I can't figure out where is wrong

package sales

var total = 1234.56
package main


func main() {

1 Answer

Jeff Muday
Jeff Muday
Treehouse Moderator 28,717 Points

In Go, you have to capitalize the first letter of a variable in order for it to be visible (public) between different modules.

Thus, you will need to capitalize the first letter in 'total' in both sales.go and report.go files.

Go is a cool language, I think you're going to enjoy it!

Thanks a lot Jeff, I'm completely enjoying learn go :D