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Key Features of F#



F# code is very expressive, requiring little code for great results


F#'s powerful type system is a joy to work with


F#'s type system helps catch errors at compile-time. No more null-reference exceptions!

Functional first

F# is primarily a functional language, but also has great object-oriented support


As a member of the .NET ecosystem, F# enjoys full, two-way compatibility with C# code/libraries


F# has excellent tooling, with linting and refactoring options built-in

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Community-sourced F# exercises

The F# track on Exercism has 15 concepts and 134 exercises to help you write better code. Discover new exercises as you progress and get engrossed in learning new concepts and improving the way you currently write.

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