On Wed, Mar 2, 2016 at 2:18 PM, Sam Whited wrote:
I'm assuming that by "nil" channel you mean one that has nothing in it?
Nevermind, just realized that you meant eg.

var c chan int;

this is different, but still useful.

Eg. imagine you do a select on a nil channel:

     func dowork(c chan int) {
         select {
             case <-c
                 // Do some work if not nil
                return // Don't do anything:

You don't have to do a nil check on this function, the correct thing
just happens.


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