10 examples of 'golang get last element of slice' in Go

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159func Slice(list cell.I, start, end int64) cell.I {
160 length := Length(list)
161
162 if start < 0 {
163 start = length + start
164 }
165
166 if start < 0 {
167 panic("slice starts before first element")
168 } else if start > length {
169 start = length
170 }
171
172 if end <= 0 {
173 end = length + end
174 }
175
176 if end < 0 {
177 panic("slice ends before first element")
178 } else if end > length {
179 end = length
180 }
181
182 end -= start
183
184 if end < 0 {
185 panic("end of slice before start")
186 } else if end == 0 {
187 return pair.Null
188 }
189
190 for start > 0 {
191 list = pair.Cdr(list)
192
193 start--
194 }
195
196 slice := pair.Cons(pair.Car(list), pair.Null)
197
198 for c := slice; end > 1; end-- {
199 list = pair.Cdr(list)
200 n := pair.Cons(pair.Car(list), pair.Null)
201 pair.SetCdr(c, n)
202 c = n
203 }
204
205 return slice
206}
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80func (x AstSlice) Slice(lo, hi int) AstWithSlice { x.X = x.X[lo:hi]; return x }
110func (v DenseFloat32Vector) Slice(i, j int) Vector {
111 return v[i:j]
112}
110func (v DenseInt32Vector) Slice(i, j int) Vector {
111 return v[i:j]
112}
25func (l ExprSlice) slice(i, j int) NodeSlice { return l[i:j] }
155func (r GraphListResponse) slice(i, j int) interface{} {
156 return r[i:j]
157}
599func (l exprList) slice(i, j int) nodeList { return l[i:j] }
415func (v *BaseKParserVisitor) VisitSlice(ctx *SliceContext) interface{} {
416 return v.VisitChildren(ctx)
417}
24func Slice(arr []byte, count int) [][]byte {
25
26 sliceCount := len(arr) / count
27 result := make([][]byte, sliceCount)
28
29 for i := 0; i < sliceCount; i++ {
30 start := i * count
31 end := i*count + count
32
33 result[i] = arr[start:end]
34 }
35
36 return result
37}
2650func (v GtkTextBuffer) GetSlice(start *GtkTextIter, end *GtkTextIter, include_hidden_chars bool) string {
2651 return C.GoString(C.to_charptr(C._gtk_text_buffer_get_slice(v.TextBuffer, &start.TextIter, &end.TextIter, bool2gboolean(include_hidden_chars))));
2652}

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