How to use 'golang anonymous function' in Go

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260func (s *state) anonymousFunction() comb.Parser {
261 return s.App(func(x interface{}) interface{} {
262 xs := x.([]interface{})
263 return ast.NewAnonymousFunction(xs[1].([]interface{})[0].(ast.Signature), nil, xs[2])
264 }, s.list(s.strippedString("\\"), s.list(s.signature()), s.expression()))
265}
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9func fn2(x int) bool {
10 println(x)
11 if x > 10 {
12 return true
13 }
14 return fn2(x + 1)
15}

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