Iterating over all the keys of a map

Is there a way to get a list of all the keys in a Go language map? The number of elements is given by len() , but if I have a map like:

m := map[string]string{ "key1":"val1", "key2":"val2" };

How do I iterate over all the keys?

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for k, v := range m { 
    fmt.Printf("key[%s] value[%s]\n", k, v)
}

or

for k := range m {
    fmt.Printf("key[%s] value[%s]\n", k, m[k])
}

Go language specs for for statements specifies that the first value is the key, the second variable is the value, but doesn’t have to be present.