Blog articles tagged 'f#'

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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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on 10/19/2010 2:53 PM
In F#, class constructors can be declared in several different ways. To declare a non-static class, one usually defines a primary constructor, plus zero or more additional constructors. To declare a static class, one usually defines a module. Using a Prim[...]
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on 10/19/2010 2:53 PM
In F#, class constructors can be declared in several different ways. To declare a non-static class, one usually defines a primary constructor, plus zero or more additional constructors. To declare a static class, one usually defines a module. Using a Prim[...]
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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 indic[...]
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on 10/9/2010 11:43 AM
If you have any experience in Haskell, you know the IO monad. Some people think it just makes things ugly – but I think it is good, since we are functional programming and we should know when we are using an impure function. What we will do is to define a[...]
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on 10/9/2010 10:54 AM
F# is a great language, but its support is a bit limited. For example, you can make a WPF project in F# but you cannot use XAML. In this post I will demonstrate how to create a simple calculator using F#, WPF and XAML. I did not compare the efficiency to [...]
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on 10/6/2010 11:08 AM
I am very excited about my recent Microsoft MVP 2010 award for my work in F#, and I would like to thank everyone who has recommended me for receiving this award. Foremost, I would like to thank ...
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on 9/30/2010 12:50 AM
Last week I had a Community for F# talk on WebSharper where I presented a small WebSharper application to implement a client-based, persistent shopping cart, and I received numerous emails asking for the source code for that talk. So in this post I am go[...]
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on 9/14/2010 4:38 AM
If you’re like me, you are already fed up with people throwing the term ‘DSL’ around without showing a good example of how it’s done and where they are used – not to mention giving a decent, human-readable description of DSLs that doesn’t allude to extran[...]
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on 8/24/2010 10:29 PM
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