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on 1/26/2013 5:27 PM
F# 3 has LINQ expression support built-in just like C# and VB.Net. Prior to this basic LINQ expression interop could be achieved with the F# PowerPack and F# Code Quotations. F# 3 LINQ support opens up APIs that use LINQ expressions like Moq, a popular .Net mocking library. With some minor workarounds Moq is relatively easy to call from F#. C# Moq example: var mock = new Mock<IFoo>(); mock.Setup(foo => foo.DoSomething("ping")).Returns(true); F# requires a type annotation: F# requires the return va[...]
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