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I am sorry if the post puts Go in a bad light. That wasn't my intention. You shouldn't read the post as "32-bit Go is unusable" - read it as "If you encounter a garbage collection issue in your 32-bit program then you can use the rules mentioned in the post to fix the issue".



We know. But that does put Go in a bad light. If your garbage collector falls down if you use "big numbers", it looks bad.




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