on 11/27/2011 9:19 AM
Writing generic numeric code in .NET is difficult, because .NET generics do not support constraints specifying that a type has to support certain numeric operations. In this article, we look how to solve the problem in F#. Using static member constraints, it is possible to write simple generic calculations and using the INumeric interface, we can capture numeric operations for a type and use them when implementing complex types such as a matrix.
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