F# future: Compiler to compile automatically different data sources to .NET-types: http://channel9.msdn.com/Events/PDC/PDC10/FT12
Statistics from the stackoverflow-site:Ratio = unanswered questions / all questions- The picture is missing OCaml which is about the F# levels. (Not surprisingly, F# is OCaml.)- And Prolog which is about 0.10, so between pythonin and c#. Both of those have totals under 1000.What are the conclusions?- Easy questions are closed immediately from stackoverflow. The problems are real, hard problems of the language or the environment Objective c is the development language of Applen, actionscript is Flash
This has been converted from the excel compared to c-language (=direct total and ratio divided by c-language values).C-language is often a reference and did actually perform ok in both axis.Notable: C# and F# together are superior.The lead of functional languages in the quality… Is there any reason why they would have “better programmers”?
F# references (and some misc slides)
Default lists are linked-lists<br />Execute<br />The same for the rest<br />::<br />let rec loop action mylist =<br /> match mylist with<br /> |  -> <br /> | first::rest -> action first :: loop action rest<br />