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For Range Semantics
Value and pointer semantics are a big part of the Go programming language and as I have shown, integrated into the for range loop. When using the for range, validate you are using the right form for the given type you are iterating over. The last thing you want is to mix semantics and it’s easy to do this with the for range if you are not paying attention.
golang  pointers 
4 weeks ago by Finster
Bjarne Stroustrup: Why you should avoid Linked Lists - YouTube
Basically - linked lists have _so many_ cache misses that even w/an array (vector) shifting elements is _cheap_ in total time by comparison (wall time).

Pointers are slow.
datastructures  programming  pointers 
november 2018 by iiridayn

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