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    Euler #2

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    Problem #2 came quite a bit faster. The yield syntax in F# is very similar to the C# iterator syntax and made translating this sample a breeze.  As a commenter posted, in problem #1, I would've been better served to use Seq.filter as opposed to Seq...
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    PInvoke Interop Assistant on Channel 9

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    Beth Massi dropped by my office a couple of months ago and we did a channel 9 video on the PInvoke Interop Assistant .  Mainly an overview of the product and a bit of a tutorial.  Check out the video here. http://channel9.msdn.com/posts/funkyonex...
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    Debugging F# list's

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    One of the lacking's of the latest F# CTP is debugger visualization support for the built-in list types.  Viewing a list in the debugger is decidedly tedious compared to the mscorlib collection classes.  Take the following quick code sample...
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    When to use Type Inference

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    Occasionally the debate will come as to when it's OK to use type inference in order to declare a variable.  There appear to be three groups in this debate. Whenever it's possible Only when it's absolutely clear what the type is Never, type inference...
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    Euler and F#

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    I've been looking for some new problems to work on in F# to get more comfortable with the language.  I've been rather slack of late because of other projects but I had a little bit of time this week.  I decided it would be fun to join the crowd...
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    Where does the * go?

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    This is a more amusing than functional debate I enter into from time to time. On a line where you declare a pointer type in C++, where should the * go? Next to the type (i.e. Type* p1;) Next to the variable name (i.e. Type *p1;) Who cares For the moment...
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    F# CTP First Impressions

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    I had a little bit of time this weekend to download the F# CTP.  The IDE portion of the CTP is a huge improvement over the previous CTP.  In particular the intellisense engine feels much more smooth, is available in new places and has much better...
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    A Lesson in Serialization

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    A few days ago, I recklessly added a [Serialization] attribute to a few of my immutable collection types.  I needed to pass data between AppDomain's and adding [Serialization] was the quick and dirty fix.  Compiled, ran and I didn't think much...
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September, 2008