* Marvin Renich <m...@renich.org> [160920 08:26]:
> As a general rule of thumb, use a select only when you have more than
> one channel send and/or receive that you want to wait for, and only use
      ^ different
> a default case when you have other work that can be done if the channel
> operations are all blocked (waiting).  Don't use default in an otherwise
> empty for loop around a select.

That is, you are reading from and/or writing to multiple different


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