How to Use F# from C#


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Created 2020-10-17
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F# is a functional programming language that compiles to .NET Intermediate Language (IL). C# is becoming a more functional programming language. The latest version of C# (9) has new features that make functional programming more accessible. The good news is that because both languages compile to IL, we can use them interchangeably.

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C# (pronounced see sharp, like the musical note C♯, but written with the number sign) is a general-pu...

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F# (pronounced F sharp) is a functional-first, general purpose, strongly typed, multi-paradigm progra...

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