What is the difference between Go's string literals and string values?

In Go, a string literal is a sequence of characters enclosed in double quotes, while a string value is the actual value of a string variable or constant.

For example, **"hello"** is a string literal, while **s := “hello”** assigns the string value **"hello"** to the variable **s**.

String literals can be used directly in Go code, while string values are used in variables or passed as arguments to functions.

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