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What is the difference between concurrent and parallelism in Golang?

Learn what is the difference between concurrent and parallelism in Golang?
Submitted by IncludeHelp, on October 06, 2021

In the Go programming language, concurrency is when a program can handle multiple tasks at once, while parallelism is when your program can execute multiple tasks at once using multiple processors.

The concurrency is a property of a program while parallelism is a runtime property. The concurrency allows handle multiple tasks at the same time but it is not necessary executing them. While parallelism allows executing multiple tasks at the same time.

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