Go channels can be used to communicate in between goroutines. Similarly, the yield and next syntax can be used to communicate between two generators. Am I right in my assumption? If not, where am I wrong?
A channel in Go is a general, multipurpose tool for communication between goroutines. It can be used to create a concurrent generator.
The yield keyword is a very specific tool that let you easily create a nonconcurrent generator.
Answered By – Grzegorz Żur
Answer Checked By – Pedro (GoLangFix Volunteer)