Category Archives: F SHARP

How to allow unsafe code in visual studio 2010 c#

For many reason we have to use unsafe code like in pointer in dotnet framework , Visual studio cant build the project unless the allow unsafe code option enabled. To enable this option select ur project name solution explorer click … Continue reading

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C# tricks: How to remove loader lock error in visual studio debugging

Some time we get a very unexpected error Loader lock error from debuggers managed debugging assistants,  normally directx depended program’s fall in this type of debugging problem, its just an exception, to free ur program from this exception follow below … Continue reading

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F# as a Object Oriented and Language Oriented Programming

“F# is a multi-paradigm .NET language explicitly designed to be an ML suited to the .NET environment. It is rooted in the Core ML design and in particular has a core language largely compatible with OCaml”. In other words this … Continue reading

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create desktop from using F# (f# Tutorial 2 )

after first tutorial welcome again , Now before see the data types and other fundamental of f# , we run a simple from application which will clear us about the structure of this language . So ready to get fun!! … Continue reading

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BEGINING F# Tutorial with visual studio 2010 beta 2

hi, all u who r interested to learn f# 1.0 (f# 2.0 is already available) welcome here. First u already know what is F# if not can read here. Now about editor, from Microsoft site u can easily download necessary … Continue reading

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LEARNING F# instead of c#

F# is language based on ML, which is an impure functional language (in fact, it is based on language called OCaml that adds several features to the standard ML). Functional languages are very different from imperative languages (most of the … Continue reading

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