Category «F#»

Functions in F# Part 2

I had written a post on Functions in F# a couple of days ago and Binil posted a comment which prompted me to post a follow up to add some information that I left out in the original post. F# Syntax F# has two syntax forms available – a lightweight syntax and a verbose syntax. …

Plans for 2010 Part 2

As I have posted here, I have made some resolutions for the new year. If nothing, just for the fun. I have to add two more things to the list. Learning F# and Reducing my weight. I have been trying to learn F# for over a year now (maybe even a little more). I have …

Functions in F#

Wikipedia says that …functional programming is a programming paradigm that treats computation as the evaluation of mathematical functions and avoids state and mutable data. It emphasizes the application of functions… The point I wish to make here is that functions are the  most important “things” in a functional programming language. You can say that functions …