Hello everyone, In this tutorial, we will show you how to **return multiple values **in the **Go **language. The following example program has been tested and shared in the post.

### Syntax

func function_name(arg1 type, arg2 type, ...) (return_type1, return_type2, ...) { return return_value1, return_value2, ... }

### Go – Return and Get Multiple Values from Function

The Go programming language has many notable features, **returning a multiple-values** from the function is one of the cool features with **Go **programming language. In the below example, we have created a function called **arithmetic()** which is responsible to perform arithmetic operations such as Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, and Division by taking two integer numbers as argument. The **arithmetic()** function execute and will return multiple outputs for each operation.

package main import ( "fmt" ) func main() { var a, b int fmt.Println("Enter the first number : ") fmt.Scanf("%d", &a) // reading first number fmt.Println("Enter the second number : ") fmt.Scanf("%d", &b) // reading second number // assigning the multiple returned values to variables var add, sub, mul, div int = arithmetic(a, b) fmt.Println("the given a = ", a, "and b = ", b) fmt.Println("Addition :", add) fmt.Println("Subtraction :", sub) fmt.Println("Multiplication :", mul) fmt.Println("Division :", div) } func arithmetic(a int, b int) (int, int, int, int) { return a + b, a - b, a * b, a / b }

### Output

Enter the first number : 20 Enter the second number : 10 the given a = 20 and b = 10 Addition : 30 Subtraction : 10 Multiplication : 200 Division : 2

### References

- https://golang.org/doc/
- https://golang.org/pkg/
- https://golang.org/pkg/fmt/
- https://golang.org/pkg/fmt/#Println
- https://golang.org/pkg/fmt/#Scanf

### More from my site

Hello, folks, I am a founder of dineshkrish.com. I love open source technologies, If you find my tutorials are useful, please consider making donations to these charities.