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F#?

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04-21-2010, 02:30 AM
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This is a relative new programming language rolled out by Microsoft. I haven't even touched Visual Studio 2010 yet so I haven't played around with it but it does seem interesting. Have any of you messed around with it yet, if so, is it very similar to C#?

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i haven't yet but it's fundamentally different than c# ie. you have to think differently before you can enjoy it.

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F# is a strong typed language it allows implicit typing . it is much more differ from c#.it uses type for creating object instances.

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Microsoft going to introduce a new language F# in visual studio 2010.it's a multiparadigm programming language it encompasses procedure oriented as well as object oriented programming concept.F# provides sequence expressions that allows for a defining a sequence block . like seq { for x in 2 .. 40 do if x %2==0 then yield x=x/2 } is a sequence expression that forms a sequence of even number series from 1 to 20 .

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stick with C#

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It's really a great news for us I saw it first time. I think it can be helpful for us in the future. Please tell me about it more, I'm really very curious to know more. Thanks for sharing with us.

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Interesting. Will give F# a go this summer

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