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    FSharpChart release supporting Stacked Charts (version 0.60)

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    For the second release this week, FSharpChart now supports binding for Stacked Charts. As always, one can download the latest release from: http://code.msdn.microsoft.com/FSharpChart-b59073f5   In previous versions of FSharpChart it was not very...
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    FSharpChart minor release available (version 0.56)

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    The new version of FSharp.Chart (formely FSharpChart) can now be found on GitHib at: http://fsharp.github.io/FSharp.Charting/ I have provided a minor update to FSharpChart, which can be downloaded from the usual place: http://code.msdn.microsoft...
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    F# String extension methods rather than using RegEx

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    In my previous post I talked about some extension methods for string checking: http://blogs.msdn.com/b/carlnol/archive/2011/10/19/string-extension-methods-rather-than-using-regex.aspx But what would be a post if there was not a F# equivalent. Interestingly...
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    String extension methods rather than using RegEx

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    In a recent project I was using regular expressions a lot for validating string expressions such that statements like the following were true: Must be all characters Must be all alphanumeric’s and be of length 6 Must be all numeric digits...
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    FSharpChart now available as a NuGet Package

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    The new version of FSharp.Chart (formely FSharpChart) can now be found on GitHib at: http://fsharp.github.io/FSharp.Charting/ In the latest version of FSharpChart a DLL is packaged with the download. It was suggested that this be made available as...
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    FSharpChart and WPF

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    The new version of FSharp.Chart (formely FSharpChart) can now be found on GitHib at: http://fsharp.github.io/FSharp.Charting/ In the recent version of FSharpChart several examples are given around using FSharpChart and Windows Presentation Foundation...
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    FSharpChart new release available (version 0.55)

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    The new version of FSharp.Chart (formely FSharpChart) can now be found on GitHib at: http://fsharp.github.io/FSharp.Charting/ If you have been using FSharpChart you will have seen some recent activities around documentation. I am happy to say that...
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    F# Parallel Array Sorting

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    In previous posts I have presented code to perform Parallel Sorting of arrays using 2 different methods: Merge sort using Barrier: http://blogs.msdn.com/b/carlnol/archive/2011/07/17/f-array-parallel-sort-functions-demonstrating-a-merge-sort-using-barrier...
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    FSharpChart Documentation Now Available

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    The new version of FSharp.Chart (formely FSharpChart) can now be found on GitHib at: http://fsharp.github.io/FSharp.Charting/ Tomas Petricek and Jon Skeet have produced a great MSDN Library set covering “Real World Functional Programming”...
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    Creating F# FSX Script Files from FS Source Files

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    As you may know over the past few months I have been doing some work on FSharpChart. One of the source code changes that has been implemented over this time is the breakdown of the original single FSX script file into more manageable FS source files....
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    WinForms HTML Editor

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    A few years ago I wrote a WinForms HTML Editor. As I have been working in WinForms again it seemed appropriate to post the code up to a new location: http://code.msdn.microsoft.com/WinForms-HTML-Editor-01dbce1a A document describing the control...
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    Using Reflection and Attributes for better Tracing and Logging data rendering

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    In most projects there is always a requirement for tracing and/or writing debugging information along with writing out log information. When dealing with objects it is usually up to the developer to override the ToString() method to ensure meaningful...
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    LINQ Distinct: IEqualityComparer and Func extension method Implementations

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    As you may know when working with LINQ there is a method that allows one to return distinct elements from a sequence. Two prototypes are supported: Distinct<TSource>(IEqualityComparer<TSource>) Distinct() Unlike most sequence operations...
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    F# Console Application Template

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    If you are like me and often use console applications for a variety of purposes you would have found the F# template not much use (in fact a blank code file). As such I decided to put together a more complete Project Template that I could use. The template...
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    FSharpChart and consuming within a WinForms application

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    The new version of FSharp.Chart (formely FSharpChart) can now be found on GitHib at: http://fsharp.github.io/FSharp.Charting/ In all the previous discussions around FSharpChart, samples have been shown within F# Interactive. I wanted to spend a few...
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    F# Project and Item Templates

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    Over the past few months I have posted up a few Project and Item Templates for F#. Here is a quick summary of those templates. Windows Console Application The template can be found on the Visual Studio Gallery: http://visualstudiogallery.msdn...
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    F# Parallel Processing and the Command Pattern

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    In a previous post I talked about a mechanism for Parallel Process Execution with Conditional Completion . This code was a direct translation from a C# pattern. However it is worth noting that the Command pattern is not actually necessary in functional...
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    F# and Running Parallel Tasks

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    Recently I have been working a lot with the Task Parallel Libraries. In doing so, in F#,  you will quickly learn that one has to perform quite a bit of casting. As such I have found it useful to define some wrapper members that abstract these casting...
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    F#: An Array.Parallel Quicksort Implementation

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    As I mentioned in my previous post, Array.Parallel sort functions demonstrating a Merge Sort using Barrier , I wanted to continue the parallel sort examples with a Quicksort using the Task Parallel Libraries. F#, as do all functional languages, lend themselves...
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    F# Array.Parallel sort functions demonstrating a Merge Sort using Barrier

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    If you follow the excellent Parallel Programing with .Net blog , you will have read a recent post by Emad Omara demonstrating a Parallel Merge Sort using Barrier . While there may be more efficient parallel sorting options, as this post notes, this is...
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    FSharpChart new features and code drop availability

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    The new version of FSharp.Chart (formely FSharpChart) can now be found on GitHib at: http://fsharp.github.io/FSharp.Charting/ If you have been using FSharpChart you will undoubtedly have read Keith Battocchi’s posting, on the F# team blog, covering...
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