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The Go Playground is a web service that runs on
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The service receives a Go program, compiles, links, and runs the program inside
a sandbox, then returns the output.
There are limitations to the programs that can be run in the Playground.
They must be single-threaded (but they may use many goroutines).
There are also limits on execution time, and CPU and memory usage.
The Playground can access only a subset of the standard library
(notably absent are network and file system access).
Therefore, the only communication a Playground program has to the outside world
is via standard output.
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