Videos 3 & 4 Quiz
A quiz over videos 3 & 4 of sentdex's Go tutorial
When are you not required to explicitly state your data types?
When using the `:=` operator
Whenever you declare a variable or constant
What is the symbol used as the dereference operator?
What primitive type are slices built off of? (bonus!)
None, they are their own type
What does dereferencing a pointer do?
It allocates more memory on the stack
It gets the value located at the memory address that the pointer holds, and allows you to retrieve it and edit it
It allows you to get the memory address of a variable
What is an alias for uint32?
Which of the float types is better for performance?
What is an alias for uint8?
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