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SubliemeSiem
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You only have to check until sqrt n to check for prime, not n / 2. Also, shouldn't it be 50..-1..1 instead of 50..1?

John Mark Agosta
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Looks more like a tutorial in writing procedural code in F# than an intro to F# as a functional programming language., HInt: you can leave out the parens after a function identifier and it works just the same.

ProgrammingFun
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F# is no way better than C#. I'm not sure why Microsoft released F#, My guess is that it is released for people those who are from programming languages with similar syntax.

Eric De Wildt
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Watching your videos makes me warm and fuzzy inside, like good Rum!

Kamil Szulc
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lol functional programing looks like separate branch from procedural programming with more restrictions , rather than object programming paradigm

GaryChap
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Of course, F# is an abbreviation for F#@! … which, according to the documentation, should be pronounced "sharply and with intent, like you've just stood on a Lego brick in bare feet."

It, of course, follows in the Microsoft naming convention begun with 'C#' – the long-form and pronunciation of which has been lost… or more likely, deliberately placed on a high shelf out of the way of minors.

Stefan McGhee Jr.
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That was so much fun I really enjoyed it thank you.

seriypshick
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F# is the hanger steak of programming languages

Miyuki Umeki
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This is the most elegant langauge I've ever seen. Would continue to learn this majestic language

CJ Burkey
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I love the way this language looks and works, but I still feel like I'm anti-whitespace-dependent. I prefer the "I don't have to indent this line (though I will to make it look nice)" languages. I suppose it's like America's obsession with "freedom," though we don't really use the rights for which we fight. I like the feeling of a significant, terminal semicolon pounded on at the end of a statement 😛

João Vítor Marcenes
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why aren't your error lines squiggly??

OnlyMeepoBMW
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Cool! Thanks, cause all the others F# tutors on youtube suck…

Didier Charmetant
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Hello, i do exactly what u say in the first 5 minutes and dont work… i download all the Microsoft Visual Studio 2017

Luigi Zambetti
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Is F# worth for job reasons nowadays?

ProBarokis
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i prefer G flat

Dhyanaj Alva
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Sir I'm trying to watch your every "Learn in One Video" video series… in series sir… From top to bottom…. BSCLLY FEALING AWESOME

Icterine Tech
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so much fun

Attila Várkonyi
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wow, this was really good, thank you!!

Bowrawie
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neat stuff

Gyorgy Kovacs
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There is one mouse too many.

ProgrammingFun
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I love C# more than F#

Gentleman
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Thank you, really good video. You really know what you're talking about

HARSHA S
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Very good tutorial BUT too fast at the end…….

Aziz Basha
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It's All in the Approach , How You Approach Life ….

Joel Palmer
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An F# tutorial that is almost 90 mins long with virtually no FP jargon. That's impressive. Great for not scaring OO folks away. Also, he ends with a class inheritance example to really give the OO guys the warm and fuzzies. Smart!

Rob C
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+Derek Banas you have some of the best programming videos on YT, step by step instructions 👍

Pasan Anushka
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big fan for a longtime. can u make a series on Q# programming as well, thanks

al gum
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missed 2 steps in recursive:
// 4th : result = 1 * factorial(0) = 1 * 1 = 1// 5th : result = 1

Ryan Harris
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Thank you so much for this tutorial. I think I'm going to switch to using this over Haskell since I'm a .NET developer anyway. I love just how elegant this language is.

Al Nerd
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Awesome. thanks for this.

Olivia Pettenati
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Is anyone else having problems with his voice cutting in and out during the video? I was only 5 minutes in and I had to stop.

KuthaJuice
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Bit of feedback… You should go more in to explaining the "why" behind how certain things in f# are designed instead of saying that they are just "weird things" about the language. For example, you showed `map` and `iter` though you did not explain that the latter should only be used when you only care about side effects.

Donaldo
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If you want theory or discussion of F# or FP you won't find it here. Generics get a few sentences for them. If you must watch, watch at 2x speed setting.

TheLuciferian
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Very good tutorial even for a french like me

Blavion1004
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hey
@Derek banas
can i just say thank you! I've recently started on a bachelor in computer science where we should learn F#, once again your always a great help! Thank you and continue the good work

samljer
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F# looks like it was created in the 80s for people who dont want to learn C++.
it looks messy AF though.

Виталик Семеняко
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Nice, but not readable at all, so as for me, F# not interesting yet

Stanislav Vladev
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1:15:06 "Divide by hero!"

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