on 3/3/2013 4:01 PM
Recently, I had a few interesting discussions on F# code readability. One argument I often hear about F# is that by virtue of its succinctness, it increases the signal-to-noise ratio. I certainly found this to be true: when the entire code fits on your screen, and you don’t have to scroll around to figure out what is going on, navigating a code base becomes significantly simpler. Relatedly, because the F# syntax is so much lighter than C#, some of my coding habits evolved. I stick to the “one public type p[...]
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