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2023-01-30   ES  

1. download

# DOWNLOAD MODULES to Local Cache (download dependency package) 
 Go Mod Download

2. edit

# Edit Go.mod from Tools or Scripts (Edit GO.MOD) 
 Go Mod Edit

3. graph

# Print Module Requirement Graph 
 Go Mod Graph

4. init

# Initialize New Module in Current Directory (initialized MOD in the current directory) 
 Go Mod Init

5. tidy

#DD missing and remove unused modules 
 Go Mod Tidy

6. vender

# Make VENDORED COPY of DependenCies 
 Go Mod Vendor

7. verify

# VVERIFY Dependencies Have Expected Content 
 Go Mod Verify

8. why

# Explain why Packages or Modules are needed (explained why it needs to be dependent) 
 Go Mod why

Original: Execute Go Help Mod

Go mod provides access to operations on modules.

Note that support for modules is built into all the go commands,
not just 'go mod'. For example, day-to-day adding, removing, upgrading,
and downgrading of dependencies should be done using 'go get'.
See 'go help modules' for an overview of module functionality.


        go mod <command> [arguments]

The commands are:

        download    download modules to local cache
        edit        edit go.mod from tools or scripts
        graph       print module requirement graph
        init        initialize new module in current directory
        tidy        add missing and remove unused modules
        vendor      make vendored copy of dependencies
        verify      verify dependencies have expected content
        why         explain why packages or modules are needed

Use "go help mod <command>" for more information about a command.


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