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02:33 < hstimer> is len(array) called once or n times in: for i := 0; i <
len(array); i++ {}
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03:28 < kevinwatt> hstimer: just once.
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03:28 < hstimer> cool
03:28 < kevinwatt> > ao:=func (b int) int{b++;return b};b := 10;for i:=0;
i < ao(b); i++{print(i,",")}
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03:29 < kevinwatt> hum...  go bot is miss.  XD
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03:35 < hstimer> how do I take the address of an array element?  I'm using
this to determine if aligned block reads are any faster
03:39 < hstimer> oh.....  & works
03:41 < dagle> hstimer: You can use & to create a slice.
03:43 < hstimer> so p := &a[0] isn't a pointer the 0ith element?
03:44 < dagle> Yes it is.
03:44 < hstimer> it is a slice to a[0] or a pointer?
03:45 < dagle> slice := &[3]int{1,2,3} , array := [3]int{1,2,3}
03:45 < dagle> slice has 2 pointers.
03:46 < dagle> Start and stop
03:46 < hstimer> so println(p) gives me the start value?
03:47 < dagle> I think fmt.Println would prints the value.
03:49 < hstimer> just tested; they print the same number
03:50 < anticw> iant: being unable to construct a slice/string directly with
reflection is deliberately missing?
03:50 < anticw> [3]int{1,2,3} is an array not a slice
03:51 < dagle> hstimer: println(p) prints the value of the pointer.
03:52 < hstimer> dagle: but if p is a slice ( p := &a[0] ) then it is really
2 values
03:52 < dagle> Thought it might print the value instead.  (You can make it
do that)
03:52 < dagle> hstimer: That's a pointer.
03:52 < anticw> Printf %#v is useful ...  as is %T and %+v
03:52 < anticw> depends what you're after
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03:53 < dagle> hstimer: p := &a[0] , pointer.  s := &a , slice
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03:57 < hstimer> var p unsafe.Pointer; p = &a[0] wont compile
03:59 < hstimer> well %T tells me it is a pointer.  so not a slice
03:59 < hstimer> dagle: thanks
03:59 < hstimer> anticw: thanks
04:00 < hstimer> results:
04:00 < anticw> hstimer: fwiw, i have a couple of cases where i use
unsafe.Pointer(&foo.bar[0]) --- it's not entirely contrived
04:00 < hstimer> aligned block reads are about 20% faster
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04:01 < hstimer> 1k blocks are about 100 times faster than random reads
04:01 < hstimer> 1k aligned blocks that is
04:02 < hstimer> and as it turns out, the memory bus on my mac book pro
hauls ass; faster than my cheap server
04:03 < anticw> what is the fs block size?
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04:04 < hstimer> fs == filesystem?  don't know, I'm just testing memeory
04:04 < hstimer> memory
04:04 < anticw> oh, i missed the earlier comments ...  you're testing
aligned IO vs unaligned IO?
04:04 < hstimer> aligned memory reads -- not IO
04:05 < hstimer> server keeps entire data set in memory, and I'm testing the
best way to organize that memory for processing
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04:07 < hstimer> bye -- thanks for the help
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04:18 < monty_hall> how to I inidicate nan and infinity?
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04:21 < anticw> do math.NaN() and math.Inf() work?
04:22 < anticw> actually, Inf takes an arg for the sign
04:25 < monty_hall> thanks
04:25 < monty_hall> I thought there were some literals NaN and +/-Inf
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05:04 < monty_hall> how do I make a statement use more than one line?
05:05 < monty_hall> I'm calling a function w/ 3 args, I would like to have
each arg on it's own line.
05:06 < slashus2> I don't think you can do that anymore with the new
formatting rules.  I may be mistaken though.
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06:55 < ghthor> what editors do you guys use to write go code?
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06:55 * araujo uses emacs
06:55 < hstimer> textmate
07:01 < ghthor> I'm not very good with emacs, does vim have a
plugin/extension for the go syntax?
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11:39 < papul> where can i get the compilers
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13:51 < monty_hall> I calling a func w/ 3 args that are rather large, how
can I place each arg on their own line?  I can write temp variables for each arg,
but would rather not.
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14:06 < rsaarelm> monty_hall: I think it compiles if your newlines are
inside the function argument parentheses.
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14:29 < tml_> monty_hall: doesn't the language definition on the website
vyer clearly say in which cases semicolons are implied at the end of lines?  i.e.
just make sure your lines don't match those cases
14:29 < tml_> s/vyer/very
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16:04 < hstimer> in a multi dimensional array, which elements are in
contiguous memory?  ex.  [2][3][4]int the 2 or the 4 elements?
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16:16 < bortzmeyer> hstimer: is it even specified by the language?  Two
different Go compilers may do things differently
16:16 < hstimer> that would suck
16:17 < bortzmeyer> Why?
16:17 < hstimer> in reading the spec I'm thinking it is the 4
16:17 < bortzmeyer> Yes: [2][2][2]float64 // same as [2]([2]([2]float64))
16:18 < hstimer> why suck?  because contiguous reads are about 100x faster
-- so 100 less machines to do computation
16:18 < hstimer> s
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16:39 < bortzmeyer> No real enumerated types in Go? Any way to be sure that
the variable "proto" is only "TCP", "UDP" or "SCTP"?
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16:49 < path[l]> why not make a multiton?
16:49 < path[l]> Thats always better because that you get behavior
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17:24 < hstimer> how do you take a slice of a multidimensional array and
pass it to a function?
17:24 < hstimer> &a[0] (type *[3][4]int) as type [3][4]int in function
argument
17:24 < hstimer> func faa(a [3][4]int)
17:24 < hstimer> var a [2][3][4]int
17:25 < hstimer> faa(&a[0])
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17:39 < dagle> hstimer: func faa(a [][]int)
17:43 < hstimer> dagle: that was the first way I tried
17:43 < hstimer> which didn't work
17:45 < dagle> hstimer: are you trying is going through an multidimensional
array?
17:46 < conra> hello
17:46 < conra> how to catch word from console and assign him function in Go
?
17:47 < dagle> conra: You mean arguments or reading fron stdin?
17:47 < hstimer> dagle: I'm just trying to learn all about arrays; not using
it for anything yet
17:47 < dagle> from*
17:47 < dagle> hstimer: I just wrote a testprogram and that did indeed work
:P
17:47 < conra> read from console
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17:49 < dagle> conra: Look in os package.  os.Stdin.Read(buf)
17:50 < dagle> reads len(buf) bytes into buf.
17:50 < hstimer> what is the go paste bin?
17:50 < hstimer> url
17:51 < dagle> gopaste?
17:51 < conra> http://www.copypastecode.com ?
17:51 < dagle> gopaste is down atm.  :(
17:51 < bortzmeyer> pastebin.com ?
17:51 < conra> go to google: code paste
17:51 < dagle> There is a pastebin written in golang.
17:51 < dagle> But it's not awailbe atm.  :/
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17:52 < dagle> Hmmm.  Looks like I need food.
17:52 < bortzmeyer> How to debug linking messages like '(40) DATA
extratype·dnstypes.DNSquery+4(SB)/4,$go.string·"dnstypes"+0(SB)
17:52 < bortzmeyer> MHeapMap_Preallocate: multiple initialization
17:52 < bortzmeyer> '
17:53 < bortzmeyer> No line number :-(
17:53 < hstimer> dagle: http://www.copypastecode.com/21281/
17:55 < conra> http://pastebin.com/d65756ad9 - simple calculator ;-)
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19:10 < dagle> hstimer: http://www.copypastecode.com/21289/
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19:12 < smw> dagle: doesn't range return two values?
19:12 < smw> index num and value?
19:12 < smw> maybe I am wrong
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19:13 < dagle> smw: Yes.
19:13 < Kashia> if only one return value for range is given, it's the index
19:13 < smw> ok
19:14 < dagle> You could do it _, d instead.  better then i[d]
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20:35 < monty_hall> if t { retrurn a } else { return b} as the last
statement doesn't seem to work.  something about missing return.  Why can't I do
this?
20:40 < monty_hall> I see.
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21:32 < emelpy> hey guys, is there anyone in here who can give a brief
explanation of how the crypto/md5 package works
21:32 < emelpy> http://golang.org/src/pkg/crypto/md5/md5.go
21:32 < emelpy> i can't figure it out for the life of me
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21:38 < dho> emelpy: md5 is a stream
21:38 < dho> you add bytes to it in the Write method and retrieve the sum
using the Sum method
21:40 < emelpy> dho: k, that's what i figured.  so i have a for loop reading
in 64 bytes of data from a file and writing to the digest (using d.Write()).  then
do i just call Sum at the end to retrieve the hash?
21:40 < dho> yes
21:41 < dho> d.Write("foo"); d.Write("bar"); == d.Write("foobar")
21:41 < dho> for instance
21:41 < dho> as far as the sum is concerned anyway
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21:43 < emelpy> ok, thanks so much.  that's what i have been doing but i am
getting a different hash than i do from calling md5 on the command line.  i must
have an error in my code somewhere.
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23:07 < drhodes> is there a function that'll do ToInteger("1234") -> 1234
?
23:08 < dagle> yes.
23:09 < dagle> drhodes: look at the strconv package.
23:09 < drhodes> 10-4
23:09 < dagle> huh?
23:09 < dagle> 6?
23:11 < drhodes> 5 5, 2 2.  roger
23:11 < dagle> ok?
23:11 < drhodes> yes thanks, that's what I was looking for.
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23:27 < dho> dagle: 10-4 means `okay'
23:27 < dho> radio-speak
23:28 < dagle> oh.
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23:28 < dagle> That's kinda geeky.
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23:30 < tml_> dagle: more like a flashback to 70s police series
23:30 < tml_> geeky would be "200 ok"
23:30 < dagle> Hehe.
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