Could you give an example where the open closed principle applies in Go?
"... Robert C. Martin and others redefined the Open/Closed Principle to the Polymorphic Open/Closed Principle. It uses interfaces instead of superclasses to allow different implementations which you can easily substitute without changing the code that uses them. The interfaces are closed for modifications, and you can provide new implementations to extend the functionality of your software."
Noone likes inheritance anymore :)
OK, and that is part of my point.
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