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game bat file and music i have made with the dance music maker program. i have a desktop where i have two drives one on which is xp and the other one on which i have ubuntu. music on the ubuntu is ntfs format. music on the xp is ntfs but all files seem to be there. i cannot understand why when i open the music on traktor it just says that the content of the music is not supported. it cannot understand ntfs format and i have no ntfs format on the xp. A: Took me ages to find this but I was using winamp and the playlist file was causing it to open in winamp so you can't do a quick exit of the playlist and then exit and close winamp on your trackpad/trackball Q: What to use instead of "%v" in GO functions I am writing a container, and when invoking a function that writes to a struct, it seems to be an anti-pattern to do: x := container = 5 vs foo := func(x *container) { = 5 } I want to do something like this: foo("abc") This code compiles and works fine, but it seems to be problematic. The docs explain: If the method set has an explicit receiver type, it will be used as the type of the method receiver. Otherwise, if the method set has no explicit receiver, you must use a pointer receiver (*T) and will get an error at runtime if you try to call the function with any other kind of receiver. and The method set must be a pointer type and will be dereferenced before being called. Am I getting this right? What should I use instead of "%v"? You should not use %v in function signatures. Instead, use a type assertion: foo := func(x interface{}) { x.(*container).foo = 5 That said, type assertion is not always safe, so you have to use a pointer receiver.





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