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I’d appreciate input on this topic.

You do not need to understand it.

Designing structs around memory alignment is an advanced optimisation technique.

The essence is, if those fields of a struct you need, always start at a location that matches your memory alignment, then accessing will be faster.

Holloway suggested I read a certain book, and that’s one of the first things she mentions. Let me see if I can find the title of the book.
The Ultimate Go Study Guide by Hoanh An

I’ll also find the excerpt.
I’m having trouble doing this. One reason is because I am on my phone right now. I neglected to bring my computer charger with me :weary:.

I’m going to start another topic where I specifically ask questions from the book.