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nano go.mod
The first line, the module directive, tells Go the name of your module so that when it’s looking at import paths in a package, it knows not to look elsewhere for mymodule. The mymodule value comes from the parameter you passed to go mod init:

module mymodule
The only other line in the file at this point, the go directive, tells Go which version of the language the module is targeting. In this case, since the module was created using Go 1.16, the go directive says 1.16:

go 1.16
projects/mymodule/go.mod

module mymodule

go 1.16

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