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  • Break sequence into n-element subsequences

    I'm working on parallel computations and I thought it would be useful to break work into chunks, especially when processing each element asynchronously is too expensive. The neat thing is that this function is general even though motivation for it is specific. Another neat thing is that this is true lazy sequence unlike what you'd get if you used Seq.groupBy. There are three versions for your enjoyment.

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    Posted: 8 years ago by Dmitri Pavlenkov

  • Haskell function : iterate

    Implements iterate function from Haskell's Prelude. The function generates an infinite sequence by applying a function to the initial value (first) and then to the result of previous application.

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    Posted: 8 years ago by Nick Palladinos

  • The Haskell const function

    The const function is simple, but you can use it to make your code more legible. In this example we convert a unary function to a function of arity 2 (that ignores the second argument). Also by using the flip function from Haskell (which is equally easy to define) you can ignore the first argument.

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    Posted: 8 years ago by Alex Muscar

  • Implementing active objects with a MailboxProcessor

    Mailbox processors can easily be used to implement active objects. This example shows how to do that with a reusable wrapper type and minimal boilerplate code in the actual class definitions. Supports both asynchronous calls and synchronous calls. For the latter case, exceptions are automatically propagated back to the caller.

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    Posted: 8 years ago by Wolfgang Meyer

  • Partition a sequence until a predicate is satiated

    This function is given a partition predicate and a sequence. Until the predicate returns false, a list will be filled with elements. When it is, both the list and the remainder of the sequence will be returned. Note that this example preserves the laziness of the unchecked sequence elements.

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    Posted: 8 years ago by Rick Minerich

  • Dynamic operator using Reflection

    Demonstrates how to implement the dynamic operator (?) using .NET Reflection. The implementation supports calling constructors, propreties and methods using simple overload resolution (based on parameter count). It handles instance as well as static members.

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    Posted: 8 years ago by Tomas Petricek

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