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      It’s interesting to compare this approach to something like QuickSort() to what eventually landed as sort.Slice() in terms of getting a mostly type safe function to work in a generic algorithm.

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      I’ve experimented with a (toy?) metaprogramming system for Golang and run into a few places where the Ty package would save me a lot of work.

      One direction generator tools have persued is replacing meta variable markers in source code with concrete types using go generate; but I wonder if one could write a generator that takes a Ty-based runtime polymorphic function and replaces all usages of it with a concrete implementation C++ template style, allowing the code to function correctly before and after transformation.