Start cooking with cukey F# - Fun Sharp
- Not a pure functional language though it has first class functional constructs
- Not a dynamic language
- Its compiler is open source under apache license, and it is not a closed source
To get started with F# you only need to get your head round 2 keywords, let and fun. You can think of let as var in C# but on steroids and fun as just the preamble to a lambda function (ref: Features in F#). Following table shows let.
You now know this F in F# stands for FUN, so now we are going to have some fun using a language call F#। Its really funny, you might think every language is funny when we initially start it for studding, but for the time being we realize they are not that much fun as we thought at the beginning। Don't worry, this is fun because they haven't inserted complexity automaton for this येत. We must first look at sysntax of F# and then take a look at how we can compile our F# code। Since ।NET considers about OS X and Linux (think twice why they don't miss them), here also we don't forget about them।
If you need to try out more, it is better to have an IDE. Then you can easily debug it and be able to save your time for testing.