10 examples of 'golang make empty slice' in Go

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260func (pac *Package) newSlice(elemType gcc.Type) *Slice {
261 return &Slice{elementType: pac.declareEqualType(elemType)}
262}
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415func (v *BaseKParserVisitor) VisitSlice(ctx *SliceContext) interface{} {
416 return v.VisitChildren(ctx)
417}
380func convTslice(val []byte) (x unsafe.Pointer) {
381 // Note: this must work for any element type, not just byte.
382 if (*slice)(unsafe.Pointer(&val)).array == nil {
383 x = unsafe.Pointer(&zeroVal[0])
384 } else {
385 x = mallocgc(unsafe.Sizeof(val), sliceType, true)
386 *(*[]byte)(x) = val
387 }
388 return
389}
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}
111func (e *fieldsEmpty) gSlice(sl *Slice, x *extra) {
112 //next(e, sl.Els)
113}
735func newSliceLit(lbrack, rbrack token.Pos, len ast.Expr) ast.Expr {
736 var elts []ast.Expr
737 if len != nil {
738 elts = []ast.Expr{len}
739 }
740 return &ast.SliceLit{Lbrack: lbrack, Elts: elts, Rbrack: rbrack}
741}
292func (v *GenericVectorType) Slice(start, stop int) *GenericVectorTypeSlice {
293 assertSliceOk(start, stop, v.Len())
294 return &GenericVectorTypeSlice{vector: v, start: start, stop: stop}
295}
63func jitSliceToBytes(slice C.wasmjit_slice_t) []byte {
64 return C.GoBytes((unsafe.Pointer)(slice.data), C.int(slice.len))
65}
80func (x AstSlice) Slice(lo, hi int) AstWithSlice { x.X = x.X[lo:hi]; return x }
193func (r *Records) Slice(start, end int) *Records {
194 return &Records{
195 arr: r.arr[start:end],
196 }
197}

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