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on 10/9/2010 12:04 PM
One very popular habit in F# is tail recursion. Tail recursion allows you to recurse without worrying about stack overflow. But there is a very dangerous problem – infinite recursion. Now, let’s say we have a function which doesn’t have a name which indicates it might fail (with StackOverflowException, InfiniteRecursionException, ArgumentOutOfRangeException etc.). An innocent reader [...]
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