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Timeout Context In Go

In concurrent programming with Golang, the context package is a powerful tool to manage operations like timeouts, cancelation, deadlines, etc.

Among these operations, context with timeout is mainly used when we want to make an external request, such as a network request or a database request. I will show you how to use it to timeout a goroutine in this post.

Let’s first see a simple example.

Timeout Context Example

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