This is something:
The Go programming language has a unique, built-in concurrency model that can make some processing much easier.
Have one goroutine do some (probably recursive) work. It puts results on a channel. The main goroutine reads results from the channel and possibly does some filtering on those results, like output unique values.
It’s often said that DEC operating systems influenced the design of the CP/M microcomputer OS. Let’s examine that assertion by looking at how a process was laid out in memory.