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How function acts as a function closure in Go Programming Language?

The unspecified or unknown functions which act as function closures are supported by Go programming language. When a function is defined inline without passing a name to it, anonymous functions are used. In the example, a function getSequence() is created which will return another function. Purpose of this function is to close over a variable i of upper function to form a closure. Following is the example:

When the above code is compiled and executed, the result produced appears as -

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