Having trouble stripping newline characters from a string in Golang? The easy way I’ve found is to use strings.Replace. Also, make sure to see the “gotcha” involving runes below the example code. Sometimes you will need to change the “/n” character to the newline rune “/r/n”.
However, beware of this gotcha involving runes. I’m still a newbie Golang coder so I don’t fully understand all of the differences between strings, bytes, runes, and characters, but sometimes the code above will not work. Instead, of stripping the newline character “/n”, you’ll need to strip the newline rune “/r/n”. In this case, your code will look something like:
string_b = strings.Replace(string_b, "\r\n", "", -1)