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on 9/17/2013 6:11 AM
In a recent StackOverflow question the poster asked about the difference between tupled and curried form of a function in F#. In F#, you can use pattern matching to easily define a function that takes a tuple as an argument. For example, the poster's function was a simple calculation that multiplies the number of units sold n by the price p: 1: let salesTuple (price, count) = price * (float count) The function takes a single argument of type Tuple<float, int> (or, using the nicer F# notation float * int[...]
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