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// run
// Copyright 2009 The Go Authors. All rights reserved.
// Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style
// license that can be found in the LICENSE file.
// Test the situation in which two cases of a select can
// both end up running. See
package main
import (
var iterations *int = flag.Int("n", 100000, "number of iterations")
// sender sends a counter to one of four different channels. If two
// cases both end up running in the same iteration, the same value will be sent
// to two different channels.
func sender(n int, c1, c2, c3, c4 chan<- int) {
defer close(c1)
defer close(c2)
defer close(c3)
defer close(c4)
for i := 0; i < n; i++ {
select {
case c1 <- i:
case c2 <- i:
case c3 <- i:
case c4 <- i:
// mux receives the values from sender and forwards them onto another channel.
// It would be simpler to just have sender's four cases all be the same
// channel, but this doesn't actually trigger the bug.
func mux(out chan<- int, in <-chan int, done chan<- bool) {
for v := range in {
out <- v
done <- true
// recver gets a steam of values from the four mux's and checks for duplicates.
func recver(in <-chan int) {
seen := make(map[int]bool)
for v := range in {
if _, ok := seen[v]; ok {
println("got duplicate value: ", v)
seen[v] = true
func main() {
c1 := make(chan int)
c2 := make(chan int)
c3 := make(chan int)
c4 := make(chan int)
done := make(chan bool)
cmux := make(chan int)
go sender(*iterations, c1, c2, c3, c4)
go mux(cmux, c1, done)
go mux(cmux, c2, done)
go mux(cmux, c3, done)
go mux(cmux, c4, done)
go func() {
// We keep the recver because it might catch more bugs in the future.
// However, the result of the bug linked to at the top is that we'll
// end up panicking with: "throw: bad g->status in ready".