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[link] Intro to F# Programming

Posted 12 July 2011 - 11:49 AM


Good stuff. I think I'll have to dive into F# and churn out some tutorials for us!


Visual F#, an object/functional hybrid language based on work done by Microsoft Research

For developers who have never looked at F# before (a vast majority of the .NET developer population), this article takes a quick glance at the F# syntax. I want to give the F# neophyte enough familiarity with the language to understand code samples in other, more in-depth, articles. Full disclosure dictates, however, that F# is a rich and powerful language, and cannot be explained in all nuance in a single article. The concepts and reasoning of functional programming can only be hinted at in this space; more articles and demonstrations of the power of the “functional” side of F#’s “object/functional hybrid” nature will appear on this website in the weeks and months to come. Welcome to the tip of the iceberg.

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#2 Jeff H   User is offline

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Re: [link] Intro to F# Programming

Posted 15 July 2011 - 08:32 AM

This is a good resource for F#

There are many other links but they are in link above.

The creator of F# and other authors of F# books hang out there.
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