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Go compiler - Options, issues and possible improvements

Go programming language has just started to growing in popularity recentely, and it might come naturally from that, that the Go compiler is still not as perfect as the C/C++ ones...

I was wondering if, as the language matures itself, any improvements on the compiler/judge will be done... :D

It would be of great help as I am just starting to learn Go and having a nice judge where I could practice would be really great :)

Also note that there are only 7 pages with Go submissions and only 2 pages with accepted submissions :)

Best regards,


asked 06 Dec '12, 15:19

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question asked: 06 Dec '12, 15:19

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