Microsoft yeni programlama dili F# :) detaylar aşağıda;
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
scripting like Python,
the foundations for an interactive
data visualization environment like MATLAB,
type inference and safety of ML,
compatible core shared with the popular OCaml language,
profile like that of C#,
easy access to the entire range of powerful .NET
libraries and database tools,
simplicity with similar roots to Scheme,
the option of a top-rate Visual
the experience of a first-class
team of language researchers with a track record of
delivering high-quality implementations,
the speed of native code execution on the concurrent,
portable, and distributed
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.