2015-02-25 00:53
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I passed a reference of a slice to a function and I am making changes in the slice inside the function. Also I am trying to access an element from the slice using index. It is throwing exception in golang. What is the best way to access an element from a slice by index which is passed by reference? You can find a sample code here. [ref : http://www.reddit.com/r/golang/comments/283vpk/help_with_slices_and_passbyreference/ ]. Since my code is huge I added a sample.

package main

import "fmt"

type mystruct struct {
    val int

func main() {
    var s1 []mystruct
    var s2 []mystruct

    s2 = returningToo(s2)

%#v", s1, s2)

func onlyPassing(s *[]mystruct) {
    *s = append(*s, mystruct{1})
    m := *s[0]


func returningToo(s []mystruct) []mystruct {
    s = append(s, mystruct{1})
    return s

And you can find the implementation here. Could anyone help me on this.

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  • dsfsd43523 2015-02-25 01:02

    The index operator doesn't automatically dereference pointers. You need to use parentheses to specify what is dereferenced.

    m := (*s)[0]
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