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Data Structures and Algorithms with Golang

 
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Hi,

Is there an advantage to using Go over another language for some common data structures or algorithms?

thank you,
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I shouldn't think so. As near as I understand it, go is mainly just a "C/C++" language that has been tweaked to be more supportive of internet/web programming.
 
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