Technically, F# is Managed Code ! / ?

Aug 7, 2007 at 7:10 PM
Edited Aug 7, 2007 at 7:11 PM
Technically, mentioning, can i consider the F# language as Managed code? If so, can some one help me to understand, how F# is different from the other languages that spit out the Managed code.

I sound stupid by asking like this, but i feel stupid untill to get clarification. Help me to understand F# and the potential of F#.

Regards,
Chakravarthy

PS: I forgot to mention my thanks for reading this post. Not finally, a big THANKS
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Aug 12, 2007 at 9:43 PM
Edited Aug 12, 2007 at 9:43 PM


Chakravarthy wrote:
Technically, mentioning, can i consider the F# language as Managed code? If so, can some one help me to understand, how F# is different from the other languages that spit out the Managed code.

I sound stupid by asking like this, but i feel stupid untill to get clarification. Help me to understand F# and the potential of F#.

Regards,
Chakravarthy

PS: I forgot to mention my thanks for reading this post. Not finally, a big THANKS


Hi Chakravarthy,

F# creates managed assemblies that reference mscorlib as well as fslib (which is the assembly that holds some F# specific stuff).

HTH.

Granville.