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Tag Archives: functional programming
Today I took a light rail with my son, to bring him to school. That tram is 90 years old. It has been maintained for 90 years. Milan city sold some of them to San Francisco too.
This is the second article on functional programming. In the first one we talked about scala and the type inference system it brings in the Java Way of Life. I played a bit with python functional howto, building a small … Continue reading
Because of the success of my article on java closure, I have decided to write another article on functional programming. In the last year functional programming is waving back to us, for a lot of reason. Let’s summarize the facts: … Continue reading
F# is a Microsoft research Language. F# is riding the functional revenge way of the last years. F# is a mixed approach, because some variables can be modified. It borrows a lot of things from Haskell and OCaml (Wikipedia dixit). … Continue reading
How many times have you read or written the same two or three lines of code that frequently seem to go together, and even though they operate on different objects, feel like the same thing? And how often these repetitions … Continue reading
After the success of Closure in Java we like to show you a good example in C# too. C# has a very strong support for Lambda functions, because it needs to support the LINQ language constructs. So defining a closure … Continue reading