Posted by : Rhyf Ahmad Thursday, May 14, 2015

With the basics out of the way, you can begin to examine F# from the approach of a particular style. This chapter is devoted to F#’s main paradigm: functional programming. In a nutshell, functional programming is about being more declarative in your code. In imperative programming – Chapter 4 – you spend your time listing out the specific steps to perform a task. In functional programming, you specify what is to be done, but not how.
Even though functional programming is no silver bullet, the result is that programs are much clearer, and some problems like concurrency and parallel programming are made much easier. Functional programming isn’t going to replace imperative or object-oriented programming on its own; rather, it just provides a different approach to use so that in certain applications you can be much more productive.

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