The new kid in town — Go’s sync.Map

RegularIntMap wraps the built-in map which is protected by a RWMutex and has a similar API to the sync.Map.

So how does the sync.Map perform?

This graph illustrates the performance of the BenchmarkXXXStableKeysFoundX noted above.

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