How can we convert a string into lowercase in Golang?

String in Golang is different from other programming languages like Java and C++. Strings in the Go language are a series of bytes that usually represents the text characters. Now, the bytes in the strings can be represented in the Unicode Text using the UTF-8 encoding, because of which we can represent any language present in the world using Go strings.

Now, how can we convert a string into its lowercase representation?

We can easily do that by using the ToLower() function of the strings package. This post will look at how we can convert a string to lowercase using the ToLower() function.

package main

import (
	"fmt"
	"strings"
)

func main() {

	string1 := "**Hi CODEKRU**"
	string2 := "LeaRnINg GoLang"
	string3 := "lowercase string"

	fmt.Println("Original Strings: ")
	fmt.Println(string1)
	fmt.Println(string2)
	fmt.Println(string3)

	string1 = strings.ToLower(string1)
	string2 = strings.ToLower(string2)
	string3 = strings.ToLower(string3)

	fmt.Println()
	fmt.Println("After using ToLower() method: ")
	fmt.Println(string1)
	fmt.Println(string2)
	fmt.Println(string3)

}

Output –

**hi codekru**
learning golang
lowercase string

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