Why am I getting an error when using TAB in my F# Code? The TAB Character cannot be used in the #light code, and the F# tools will give an error if they are encountered in your codes. Therefore I like to recommend that you use four-space indentation for your F# code.
You can start the F# Interactive in Visual Studio 2008 by selecting Tools > Add-in Manager and then selecting F# Interactive for Visual Studio in the Add-in Manager window. A Window will then appear, and then you could send command to F# Interactive by selecting the text and pressing Alt+Return.
I like introduce the easiness of using LINQ with C# on query of a directory, and how short the code could be. Before we will need to long line of code to complete this task, but LINQ came along in C# 3.0, has short and simplify the process alot. Also when querying the directory, you can even dig out only the name […]
This is new topic on the net these days, as to come up with trend like us discuss about parallelization in F#. F# is computer programming language that is build onto top of the concurrency in a functional language. This means that to complete a task is the most important priority, internally what does the […]
Hi! Everyone I will be introducing the topic of Functional Programming with F# base on the .NET Framework. I see that from now on they is potential that parallel computing is becoming a main stream for programming in the near future, as you can see that CPU are not getting faster in GHz, but are […]