2018-06-10 03:55
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I have the follow whole codes:

I hope that string convert map in golang, and use golang reflect.

The following code have simpled from my project.

package main

import (

func main() {
    jsonStr := `{"name": "thinkerou", "age": 31, "balance": 3.14}`

    var a map[string]interface{}
    var value reflect.Value = reflect.ValueOf(&a)

    // call function and pass param
    f(jsonStr, value)

    // print result
    fmt.Println(value.Kind(), value.Interface())

func f(v string, value reflect.Value) {
    personMap := make(map[string]interface{})

    err := json.Unmarshal([]byte(v), &personMap)

    if err != nil {

    value = reflect.Indirect(value)
    value = reflect.MakeMap(value.Type())
    for k, v := range personMap {
        // set key/value
        value.SetMapIndex(reflect.ValueOf(k), reflect.ValueOf(v))

    // print result
    fmt.Println(value.Kind(), value.Interface())

and run it and will get the result:

map map[age:31 balance:3.14 name:thinkerou]
ptr &map[]

I hope the follow result:

map map[age:31 balance:3.14 name:thinkerou]
map map[age:31 balance:3.14 name:thinkerou]

How should I pass reflect.Value param? thanks!

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  • duanma8207 2018-06-10 04:03

    You should be able to get your map from the interface, using type assertion:

    a := i.(map[string]interface{})

    See "Convert Value type to Map in Golang?"

    I have modified your code here.
    Note that I don't try to mutate the f(value) argument, but I return it instead.

    func f(v string, value reflect.Value) reflect.Value {
      return value 

    So the code becomes:

    value = f(jsonStr, value)
    fmt.Println(value.Kind(), value.Interface().(map[string]interface{}))
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