Wednesday, September 27, 2006

F# Programming Language

Guitar Chord မဟုတ္ပါ။ မိုက္ခရိုေဆာ့ဖ္က ေတာ့ F# ဆိုတဲ့ Language အသစ္ထြက္ေတာ့မယ္။ နည္းပညာေတြေနာက္လိုက္ရင္းနဲ႔ ေမာပန္းေနၿပီလား။ ပ်င္းေနရင္ ဖတ္ၾကည့္ စမ္းၾကည့္ ၾကေပါ့။

Combining the efficiency, scripting, strong typing and productivity of ML with the stability, libraries, cross-language working and tools of .NET.

F# is a programming language that provides the much sought-after combination of type safety, performance and scripting, with all the advantages of running on a high-quality, well-supported modern runtime system. F# gives you a combination of
    The only language to provide a combination like this is F# (pronounced FSharp) - a scripted/functional/imperative/object-oriented programming language that is a fantastic basis for many practical scientific, engineering and web-based programming tasks.
    F# is a pragmatically-oriented variant of ML that shares a core language with OCaml. F# programs run on top of the .NET Framework. Unlike other scripting languages it executes at or near the speed of C# and C++, making use of the performance that comes through strong typing. Unlike many statically-typed languages it also supports many dynamic language techniques, such as property discovery and reflection where needed. F# includes extensions for working across languages and for object-oriented programming, and it works seamlessly with other .NET programming languages and tools.
    For further information, read about F# in more detail, download the F# distribution, read the getting started pages (a guide to installation and running your first program), go to the F# Manual, and learn about the growing F# Community. A short FAQ is also included on this site.

Some Starting points
About F# and comparison with OCaml, talks, performance and the FAQ.
Getting started is a guide to installation and running your first program.
The F# Downloads page contains release and download information for the Microsoft Research implementation of F#.
The F# Manual focuses on F#-specific features.
The F# Community page lists key F# sites and projects.

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