So, reading golang blog on slices there is a snippet by Rob Pike
A weakness of Go is that any generic-type operations must be provided by the run-time.
which I don't quite understand.
Can one rephrase same sentence?
Considering the context before and after this sentence I assume we can not program generic-type methods (consuming, let's say, slices of byte/int/float etc), but rather should use built-ins.
So, the quirkiest part for me is
provided by the run-time, - is that equals to
provided by the language?