on 12/5/2011 7:11 PM
Don Syme and several others sent tweets to correct my claims about boxing in F#. I made the mistake of assuming that structs cannot be used as interface implementations without being boxed and allocated on the heap. As it turns out, .NET constraints allow structs to implement interfaces without being boxed. Out of sheer curiosity, I attempted to (ab)use this facility to systematically remove heap allocation. I decided to write a simple functional program that would not use the heap at all, performing all [...]
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