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I read the following in code.
covid-vaccine-tracker/main.go at master · warrensbox/covid-vaccine-tracker · GitHub[^]

In this article will notify the covid vaccination information near you.
but why these lines are added here

I am not understand, what is the use of finger print here.

if result != nil {
		fmt.Println("Found item:")
		fmt.Println("Source:  ", item.Source)
		fmt.Println("fingerprint: ", item.Fingerprint)
		fmt.Println("ID:", item.ID)
		fmt.Println("hash: ", hash)

please give me a solution.

What I have tried:

i am new to AWS and go, Iam try to understand the Code.
Updated 28-Jun-21 4:20am
Patrice T 28-Jun-21 5:39am
"Why here uses fingerprint?"
Because the author decided to.
Ask him the reason.
Richard MacCutchan 28-Jun-21 6:15am
It just refers to the hash value create at line 259 of the program.

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It's not a fingerprint, or some representation of one, of an actual finger, if that's what you're thinking.

It refers to a hash value for the data.

But if you want to know what some code is doing, ask the person who wrote it.

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