10 examples of 'go step' in Go

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47func (d *Director) Step() {
48 gl.Clear(gl.COLOR_BUFFER_BIT)
49 timestamp := glfw.GetTime()
50 dt := timestamp - d.timestamp
51 d.timestamp = timestamp
52 if d.view != nil {
53 d.view.Update(timestamp, dt)
54 }
55}
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174func (t *T) Step(s Op) (op Op) {
175 defer func() {
176 r := recover()
177 if r == nil {
178 return
179 }
180
181 errmsg := fmt.Sprintf("%v", r)
182 t.code = list.New(sym.New("throw"), str.New(errmsg))
183
184 op = t.PushOp(Action(EvalCommand))
185 }()
186
187 if debug {
188 print("Stack: ")
189
190 for p := t.stack; p != nil && p.op != nil; p = p.stack {
191 print(opString(p.op))
192 print(" ")
193 }
194
195 println("")
196 print("Dump: ")
197
198 for p := t.dump; p != pair.Null; p = pair.Cdr(p) {
199 c := pair.Car(p)
200 if c == nil {
201 print("<nil> ")
202 } else {
203 print(pair.Car(p).Name())
204 print(" ")
205 }
206 }
207
208 println("")
209 print("Code: ")
210
211 println(literal.String(t.code))
212
213 println("")
214 }
215
216 op = s.Perform(t)
217
218 return op
219}
50func (s *Spinner) Step() {
51 if IsTerminal {
52 s.step = (s.step + 1) % (len(s.steps) - 1)
53 fmt.Fprint(os.Stderr, s.line())
54 }
55}
101func (r *tickRateLimiter) step() bool {
102 select {
103 case <-r.ticker:
104 r.increment()
105 return true
106 case <-r.stop:
107 return false
108 }
109}
159func (ev *FSAEnv) Step() bool {
160 ev.Epoch.Same() // good idea to just reset all non-inner-most counters at start
161 ev.NextState()
162 ev.Trial.Incr()
163 ev.Tick.Incr()
164 if ev.AState.Prv == 0 {
165 ev.Tick.Init()
166 if ev.Seq.Incr() {
167 ev.Epoch.Incr()
168 }
169 }
170 return true
171}
86func (vm *VM) Step() {
87 ctx := vm.context()
88 instr := ctx.NextInstruction()
89 vm.exec(ctx, instr)
90}
47func (console *Console) Step() int {
48 cpuCycles := console.CPU.Step()
49 ppuCycles := cpuCycles * 3
50 for i := 0; i < ppuCycles; i++ {
51 console.PPU.Step()
52 console.Mapper.Step()
53 }
54 for i := 0; i < cpuCycles; i++ {
55 console.APU.Step()
56 }
57 return cpuCycles
58}
54func (*NoopModel) Step(state interface{}, input interface{}, output interface{}) (bool, interface{}) {
55 return true, state
56}
111func (ft *FixedTable) Step() bool {
112 ft.Epoch.Same() // good idea to just reset all non-inner-most counters at start
113
114 if ft.Trial.Incr() { // if true, hit max, reset to 0
115 ft.PermuteOrder()
116 ft.Epoch.Incr()
117 }
118 ft.SetTrialName()
119 ft.SetGroupName()
120 return true
121}
79func (l *Life) Step() {
80 // Update the state of the next field (b) from the current field (a).
81 for y := 0; y < l.h; y++ {
82 for x := 0; x < l.w; x++ {
83 l.b.Set(x, y, l.a.Next(x, y))
84 }
85 }
86 // Swap fields a and b.
87 l.a, l.b = l.b, l.a
88}

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