on 8/10/2014 12:57 AM
Scala keeps surprising me. It has much good stuff that F# has. For example, I believed that statically resolved type parameters are unique to F#. Turns out this is not the case. Scala has equivalent feature called "structural types". It has nice syntax compared to F#'s statically resolved type parameters. However, it uses reflection under the hood while F# uses inlining to instantiate functions in-place at compile time. This approach should definitely have awful performance characteristics. Surprisingly, i[...]
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