# How to use String method of gauge Package

Best Gauge code snippet using gauge.String

gauge.go

Source:gauge.go

`1package metric2import (3 "sync/atomic"4 "github.com/prometheus/client_golang/prometheus"5)6var _ Metric = &gauge{}7// Gauge stores a numerical value that can be add arbitrarily.8type Gauge interface {9 Metric10 // Sets sets the value to the given number.11 Set(int64)12}13// GaugeOpts is an alias of Opts.14type GaugeOpts Opts15type gauge struct {16 val int6417}18// NewGauge creates a new Gauge based on the GaugeOpts.19func NewGauge(opts GaugeOpts) Gauge {20 return &gauge{}21}22func (g *gauge) Add(val int64) {23 atomic.AddInt64(&g.val, val)24}25func (g *gauge) Set(val int64) {26 old := atomic.LoadInt64(&g.val)27 atomic.CompareAndSwapInt64(&g.val, old, val)28}29func (g *gauge) Value() int64 {30 return atomic.LoadInt64(&g.val)31}32// GaugeVecOpts is an alias of VectorOpts.33type GaugeVecOpts VectorOpts34// GaugeVec gauge vec.35type GaugeVec interface {36 // Set sets the Gauge to an arbitrary value.37 Set(v float64, labels ...string)38 // Inc increments the Gauge by 1. Use Add to increment it by arbitrary39 // values.40 Inc(labels ...string)41 // Add adds the given value to the Gauge. (The value can be negative,42 // resulting in a decrease of the Gauge.)43 Add(v float64, labels ...string)44}45// gaugeVec gauge vec.46type promGaugeVec struct {47 gauge *prometheus.GaugeVec48}49// NewGaugeVec .50func NewGaugeVec(cfg *GaugeVecOpts) GaugeVec {51 if cfg == nil {52 return nil53 }54 vec := prometheus.NewGaugeVec(55 prometheus.GaugeOpts{56 Namespace: cfg.Namespace,57 Subsystem: cfg.Subsystem,58 Name: cfg.Name,59 Help: cfg.Help,60 }, cfg.Labels)61 prometheus.MustRegister(vec)62 return &promGaugeVec{63 gauge: vec,64 }65}66// Inc Inc increments the counter by 1. Use Add to increment it by arbitrary.67func (gauge *promGaugeVec) Inc(labels ...string) {68 gauge.gauge.WithLabelValues(labels...).Inc()69}70// Add Inc increments the counter by 1. Use Add to increment it by arbitrary.71func (gauge *promGaugeVec) Add(v float64, labels ...string) {72 gauge.gauge.WithLabelValues(labels...).Add(v)73}74// Set set the given value to the collection.75func (gauge *promGaugeVec) Set(v float64, labels ...string) {76 gauge.gauge.WithLabelValues(labels...).Set(v)77}...`

String

Using AI Code Generation

`1import (2func main() {3 g := gauge(10)4 fmt.Println(g.String())5}6import (7func main() {8 g := gauge(10)9 fmt.Println(g.String())10}11import (12func main() {13 g := gauge(10)14 fmt.Println(g.String())15}16import (17func main() {18 g := gauge(10)19 fmt.Println(g.String())20}21import (22func main() {23 g := gauge(10)24 fmt.Println(g.String())25}26import (27func main() {28 g := gauge(10)29 fmt.Println(g.String())30}31import (32func main() {33 g := gauge(10)34 fmt.Println(g.String())35}36import (37func main() {38 g := gauge(10)39 fmt.Println(g.String())40}41import (42func main() {43 g := gauge(10)44 fmt.Println(g.String())45}46import (47func main() {48 g := gauge(10)49 fmt.Println(g.String())50}51import (52func main() {53 g := gauge(10)54 fmt.Println(g.String())55}`

String

Using AI Code Generation

`1import "fmt"2func main() {3 g := new(Gauge)4 g.Set(5)5 fmt.Println(g.String())6}7import "fmt"8func main() {9 g := new(Gauge)10 g.Set(5)11 fmt.Println(g)12}13import "fmt"14func main() {15 g := new(Gauge)16 g.Set(5)17 fmt.Printf("%v", g)18}19import "fmt"20func main() {21 g := new(Gauge)22 g.Set(5)23 fmt.Printf("%s", g)24}25import "fmt"26func main() {27 g := new(Gauge)28 g.Set(5)29 fmt.Printf("%q", g)30}31import "fmt"32func main() {33 g := new(Gauge)34 g.Set(5)35 fmt.Printf("%+v", g)36}37import "fmt"38func main() {39 g := new(Gauge)40 g.Set(5)41 fmt.Printf("%+s", g)42}43import "fmt"44func main() {45 g := new(Gauge)46 g.Set(5)47 fmt.Printf("%+q", g)48}49import "fmt"50func main() {51 g := new(Gauge)52 g.Set(5)53 fmt.Printf("%#v", g)54}55import "fmt"56func main() {57 g := new(Gauge)58 g.Set(5)59 fmt.Printf("%#s", g)60}`

String

Using AI Code Generation

`1import "fmt"2type gauge struct {3}4func (gauge) String() string {5}6func main() {7 fmt.Println(g)8}`

String

Using AI Code Generation

`1import (2func main() {3g := gauge.NewGauge(1, 2, 3)4fmt.Println(g)5}6import (7type Gauge struct {8}9func NewGauge(x, y, z int) *Gauge {10return &Gauge{x, y, z}11}12func (g *Gauge) String() string {13return fmt.Sprintf("x: %d, y: %d, z: %d", g.x, g.y, g.z)14}`

String

Using AI Code Generation

`1import (2func main() {3 g.Set(1.2)4 fmt.Println("g is", g)5}6import (7func main() {8 g.Set(1.2)9 fmt.Println("g is", g.String())10}11import (12func main() {13 g.Set(1.2)14 fmt.Println("g is", g.String())15}16import (17func main() {18 g.Set(1.2)19 fmt.Println("g is", g.String())20}21import (22func main() {23 g.Set(1.2)24 fmt.Println("g is", g.String())25}26import (27func main() {28 g.Set(1.2)29 fmt.Println("g is", g.String())30}31import (32func main() {33 g.Set(1.2)34 fmt.Println("g is", g.String())35}36import (37func main() {38 g.Set(1.2)39 fmt.Println("g is", g.String())40}41import (42func main() {43 g.Set(1.2)44 fmt.Println("g is", g.String())45}46import (47func main() {48 g.Set(1.2)49 fmt.Println("g is", g.String())50}`

String

Using AI Code Generation

`1import (2func main() {3scanner := bufio.NewScanner(os.Stdin)4scanner.Scan()5n, _ := strconv.Atoi(scanner.Text())6g := NewGauge(n)7scanner.Scan()8m, _ := strconv.Atoi(scanner.Text())9scanner.Scan()10k, _ := strconv.Atoi(scanner.Text())11g2 := NewGauge(m)12g.Set(k)13g2.Set(k)14fmt.Println(g)15fmt.Println(g2)16}17import (18func main() {19scanner := bufio.NewScanner(os.Stdin)20scanner.Scan()21n, _ := strconv.Atoi(scanner.Text())22g := NewGauge(n)23scanner.Scan()24m, _ := strconv.Atoi(scanner.Text())25scanner.Scan()26k, _ := strconv.Atoi(scanner.Text())27g2 := NewGauge(m)28g.Set(k)29g2.Set(k)30fmt.Println(g)31fmt.Println(g2)32}33import (34func main() {35scanner := bufio.NewScanner(os.Stdin)36scanner.Scan()37n, _ := strconv.Atoi(scanner.Text())38g := NewGauge(n)`

String

Using AI Code Generation

`1import (2func main() {3 fmt.Println(g.String())4}5type Stringer interface {6 String() string7}8import (9func (g Gauge) String() string {10 return fmt.Sprintf("%d", g)11}12func main() {13 fmt.Println(g)14}15type error interface {16 Error() string17}`

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