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We have already seen numerous examples of structs in earlier chapters and in this chapter, and we will see many more throughout the rest of the book. Nonetheless, there are some struct features that we have not yet seen, so we will begin with some illustrative examples to show them.

points := [][2]int{{4, 6}, {}, {-7, 11}, {15, 17}, {14, -8}}
for _, point := range


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Anonymous structs used this way is pretty awesome.