Blog articles tagged 'f#'

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on 11/15/2010 11:30 AM
The library System.Numerics.dll, who was introduced in .Net 4.0, contains a System.Numerics.BigInteger structure. BigInteger represents a whole number of arbitrary size (or precision). Before .Net 4.0, the largest number that could b[...]
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on 11/14/2010 5:22 PM
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on 11/12/2010 4:41 PM
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on 11/11/2010 7:20 PM
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on 11/11/2010 4:01 AM
Having spent quite a bit of time coding in F# recently I have thoroughly enjoyed the experience of coding in a functional style and come to really like the fact you can do so much with so little code. One of the counter-claims against F# has always been t[...]
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on 11/3/2010 12:02 PM
We are thrilled to announce the London WebSharper User Group - a forum for WebSharper professionals and enthusiasts based in London, UK to exchange ideas and experiences, and to serve as a major hub for furthering the interest in functional web programing[...]
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on 11/2/2010 10:11 AM
Scheme is remarkable language; it combines syntactic simplicity and elegance with exceptional expressiveness and power. Implementations of Scheme exist in many languages, and though I’m not the first who used F# for this solving task (shame on me) I still[...]
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on 10/27/2010 4:12 AM
In this article, we'll look at type that implements an (asynchronous) blocking queue using F# agents. This can be used, for example, when implementing the pipeline pattern as demonstrated in the previous article.
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on 10/27/2010 4:11 AM
In this article, we look at an F# implementation of an image processing pipeline demo from the Parallel Programming with Microsoft .NET. We'll use message-passing and asynchronous workflows, which leads to a more elegant and similarly efficient code.
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on 10/23/2010 2:31 AM
Haskell got a nice system of classes. Though the name reminds us of the OOP term, these “classes” are very different in their use. Here is an example for people who are not familiar with Haskell classes: Ideally, our F# code would look like: Without editi[...]
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