An extension to the Go language was developed that introduces parametric polymorphism in the form of generic functions. The resulting implementation of generic functions is backwards compatible with the existing Go standard and is consistent with the design goals of the language.
Despite its popularity, the Go programming ecosystem offers little to no support for guaranteeing the correctness of message-passing concurrent programs. This paper proposes a practical verification framework for message passing concurrency in Go.
Factorial using Recursion in Golang | Time2Code | TimeToGolang - YouTube
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