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F Sharp Programming

F Sharp Programming

Publisher: Wikibooks

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F# is a .NET implementation of OCaml, a well-known functional programming language from the ML family of functional programming languages. Some of F#'s notable features include type inference, pattern matching, interactive scripting and debugging, higher order functions, and a well-developed object model which allows programmers to mix to object-oriented and function programming styles seamlessly.

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