It doesn't. That's just a "template" file, which I use search and replace in order to generate the three monomorphized go files.

If you look closely, those aren't angle brackets, they're characters from the Canadian Aboriginal Syllabics block, which are allowed in Go identifiers. From Go's perspective, that's just one long identifier.

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      It doesn't. That's just a "template" file, which I use search and replace in order to generate the three monomorphized go files.

If you look closely, those aren't angle brackets, they're characters from the Canadian Aboriginal Syllabics block, which are allowed in Go identifiers. From Go's perspective, that's just one long identifier.