Blog articles tagged 'f#', 'monads'

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on 9/9/2015 12:25 PM
Recording of a talk I gave at the Knoxville Coding Dojo recorded by @KnoxDevs
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on 7/17/2015 5:56 AM
In a previous post on F# data access I dropped a hint about a functional way of handling invalid arguments. The code in question looked like this. let insertLocation city state = if state |> String.length >= 2 then DataAccess.createLocation c[...]
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on 6/30/2015 8:21 AM
I'm going about my business dealing with option types thinking I finally have a good handle on monad usage within F# when suddenly I receive the following error. This expression was expected to have type int but here has type 'a option My firs[...]
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on 3/27/2013 7:27 PM
Towards generic programming in F#: thoughts on generalizing the earlier combinators over records and unions... I wrote earlier a little post on combinators over records and unions. This approach in F# is still very attractive to me for defining various[...]
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on 3/27/2013 1:04 PM
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on 11/28/2011 9:17 AM
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on 8/7/2011 10:31 AM
There is lately quite a lot of fuss over C# 5.0, caused by the new async features. The C# async feature is based on (or was inspired by) the F#’s Async computation expression, which I will now discuss a bit (and then present my improvement). Usually, asyn[...]
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on 4/2/2011 3:35 AM
In this article, I will present an extension to the F# compiler (I used November 2010 CTP from the F# PowerPack site). I was inspired by two things. The first was an old attempt to create a computation builder for XML/HTML objects, which wasn’t very succe[...]
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