Thanks for the explanation.
On Wednesday, August 9, 2017 at 11:50:57 PM UTC+12, Marvin Renich wrote:
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> > Hmm, interesting. However, wouldn't that mean that if I removed the
> > function and did the following: https://play.golang.org/p/enI6UmYoFJ
> > escape analysis wouldn't happen?
> Why would escape analysis not happen for main just like for any other
> function? (main is just a function.) By passing the value of
> sliceHeader.Data to fmt.Printf, the address of the backing array
> allocated for the slice escapes, so it is allocated on the heap.
> And, as Jan Mercl says in another reply, the size of the backing array
> allocated for a slice created from a literal is an implementation detail
> that is not specified in the language spec, and so the size can vary
> between invocations, including between different invocations of the
> slice initialization code within the same invocation of the program
> (e.g. if the slice is initialized within the body of a for loop).
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