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package main
import *"fmt"*
func fibonacci(n int) int {
a := 0
b := 1
*// Iterate until desired position in sequence.*
for i := 0; i < n; i++ {
*// Use temporary variable to swap values.*
temp := a
a = b
b = temp + a
}
return a
}
func main() {
*// Display first 15 Fibonacci numbers.*
for n := 0; n < 15; n++ {
*// Compute number.*
result := fibonacci(n)
fmt.Printf(*"Fibonacci %v = %v\n"*, n, result)
}
}Fibonacci 0 = 0
Fibonacci 1 = 1
Fibonacci 2 = 1
Fibonacci 3 = 2
Fibonacci 4 = 3
Fibonacci 5 = 5
Fibonacci 6 = 8
Fibonacci 7 = 13
Fibonacci 8 = 21
Fibonacci 9 = 34
Fibonacci 10 = 55
Fibonacci 11 = 89
Fibonacci 12 = 144
Fibonacci 13 = 233
Fibonacci 14 = 377

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