How to use 'reverse numpy array' in Go

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82func reverse(values []float64, vectors blas64.General) {
83 for i, j := 0, len(values)-1; i < j; i, j = i+1, j-1 {
84 values[i], values[j] = values[j], values[i]
85 blas64.Swap(blas64.Vector{N: vectors.Rows, Inc: vectors.Stride, Data: vectors.Data[i:]},
86 blas64.Vector{N: vectors.Rows, Inc: vectors.Stride, Data: vectors.Data[j:]})
87 }
88}
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24func reverse(array []int) {
25 for start, end := 0, len(array)-1; start < end; start, end = start+1, end-1 {
26 array[start], array[end] = array[end], array[start]
27 }
28}

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