What is the difference between uint and int?
int, uint - 32 bits, or 4 bytes. int can store numbers from negative 2 billion to positive 2 billion, while uint store numbers from 0 to 4 billion. long, ulong - 64 bits, or 8 bytes.
Int means “signed integer” while Uint means “unsigned integer”. Unsigned integers only contain positive numbers (or zero).
In addition there two alias types:
'byte' which is the same as uint8 and 'rune' which is the same as int32.
Generally, if you are working with integers you should just use the int type.
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