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Links 1 through 10 of 17 by Atif Aziz tagged f#

Phil Trelford re-implements and publishes a subset of Reactive Extension using F#.

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“Tomas Petricek in his last blog post titled “Programming with F# asynchronous sequences” presents F# implementation of something called asynchronous sequences. In this post I will show you how the same concept can be implemented in C#.”

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“What the C# designers don't seem to have noticed is that async/await is very closely related to LINQ and could have been built as a new syntax on top of LINQ.”

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“I will show how to use Excel’s Median, StDev and MInverse functions from F# scripting environment (FSI).”

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“A library to provide much faster F# reflection than available in the standard library.”

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“Write F# unit test assertions as quoted expressions, get step-by-step failure messages for free.”

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FCore is a .NET numerical library and has been specifically designed for those who want to use F# for their quantitative development on .NET platform. FCore features a dedicated F# API. It has been internally implemented in C++ for maximum performance and is multi-threading ready. FCore can also bypass .NET 2GB memory restriction and manipulate matrices of virtually unlimited sizes (64-bit version).

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A pastebin-like web site that focuses only on F#. It uses F# compiler service to do the formatting and to get tool tip texts. This means that one sees exactly the same information as in Visual Studio.

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“…if we have member constraints with function application... we have statically typed duck typing”

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“We describe the asynchronous programming model in F#, and its applications to reactive, parallel and concurrent programming. The key feature combines a core language with a non-blocking modality to author lightweight asynchronous tasks, where the modality has control flow constructs that are syntactically a superset of the core language and are given an asynchronous semantic interpretation. This allows smooth transitions between synchronous and asynchronous code and eliminates callback-style treatments of inversion of control, without disturbing the foundation of CPU-intensive programming that allows F# to interoperate smoothly and compile efficiently to .NET and native code.”

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