on 1/6/2019 1:32 AM
When you start out on f# your first thought might be: let square x = x * x let sumOfSquares n = [1..n] |> List.map square |> List.sum hey, that sort of looks like: public static class Utils { public static int SumOfSquares(int n) { return Enumerable.Range(1, n) .Select(i => i * i) .Sum(); } } Examples from F# for fun and profit: Sum of squares. At a first glance, f# looks sort like slightly different style of c#, where instead of using extension methods you us[...]
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