stellar meaning

package main

import (


func main() {
    // Establish a connection to the Stellar network using Horizon server
    client := horizon.DefaultPublicNetClient

    // Fetch information about the Stellar network
    ledgerRequest := client.LedgerDetail(horizon.LedgerSequence(1))

    // Execute the request and handle potential errors
    ledger, err := ledgerRequest.Ledger()
    if err != nil {

    // Print information about the first ledger in the network
    fmt.Println("Ledger Sequence:", ledger.Sequence)
    fmt.Println("Closed At:", ledger.ClosedAt)
    fmt.Println("Total Transaction Count:", ledger.TotalTxnCount)
    fmt.Println("Transaction Hash:", ledger.TransactionHash)
  1. The code begins by importing necessary packages: "fmt" for formatted I/O and "log" for logging errors. It also imports "" to interact with the Stellar network via Horizon server.

  2. The main() function initializes a connection to the Stellar network by setting up a client using horizon.DefaultPublicNetClient.

  3. It creates a request (ledgerRequest) to retrieve information about a specific ledger on the Stellar network. In this case, it targets the first ledger with horizon.LedgerSequence(1).

  4. The code executes the request using ledgerRequest.Ledger(). If there's an error during this process, it logs the error and exits the program.

  5. If the request is successful, it retrieves information about the first ledger on the network, storing the data in the ledger variable.

  6. Finally, it prints various details about the first ledger, such as its sequence number, closing time, total transaction count, and transaction hash using fmt.Println().

This code fetches information about the first ledger in the Stellar network using the Stellar Go SDK.