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Buffered Channels in Go are similar to unbuffered channels, but they allow a writer to write without blocking if the channel is not full, which can be useful for concurrent data processing where the reader needs to be decoupled. However, using buffered channels can consume memory even when the buffer is empty, so they should be used with care. Nevertheless, they can be more efficient than unbuffered channels if the necessary amount of memory is known beforehand.


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