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Published on April 26, 2017 by Derek Banas
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In this video I will cover the core syntax of the F# language in one video. This is basically a 300 page book on F# in one video. Here are time stamps to all the main parts, but much more is covered then I list here.

00:29 Input / Output
09:10 Binding / Mutable
11:10 Functions
22:09 Math
25:21 Strings
33:54 Looping
34:07 While
35:47 For
36:53 Iterating
38:35 Conditionals
38:50 IF ELIF ELSE
42:32 Match
44:38 Lists
55:27 Enums
57:15 Options
59:40 Tuples
1:01:49 Records
1:03:31 Sequences
1:08:30 Maps
1:12:52 Generics
1:14:03 Exception Handling
1:16:45 Structs
1:19:10 Classes

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Piotr Zwara
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Piotr Zwara
27 days 9 hours ago

i would love to see tutorial of creating web asp.net application in F#

Derek Banas
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Derek Banas
27 days 8 hours ago

I'll see what I can do

GSP ivan
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GSP ivan
1 month 6 days ago

thanks for the tutorial, it has helped me get started with F#

Derek Banas
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Derek Banas
1 month 6 days ago

I'm very happy to hear that it helped 🙂

Димитър Ботев
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Димитър Ботев
1 month 12 days ago

Best tutorials! Maybe it's not a good idea to learn from your videos if someone has 0 written lines of code, but in all other cases, you save us tons of research! And for that I'm really grateful, Derek

Derek Banas
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Derek Banas
1 month 12 days ago

Thank you 🙂 Yes this tutorial definitely isn't for people that have never programmed

Gerard Gauthier
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Gerard Gauthier
2 months 11 hours ago

About your enum example with match. You don't have to call printfn for each branch. You can just feed the result of match into one printfn. Ahh the joys of an expression based language.

Flying Mindz Official
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Flying Mindz Official
2 months 13 days ago

Brainfuck please 😀

Muhammad Yusup
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Muhammad Yusup
2 months 29 days ago

hello sir…can you make a pascal tutorial?

Derek Banas
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Derek Banas
2 months 29 days ago

I'll see what I can do

KHF445
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KHF445
3 months 2 days ago

F# looks beautiful, but it runs terrible, almost no jobs and i cant bare watching someone code in it

Chris Sandi
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Chris Sandi
3 months 8 days ago

Thanks for your F# Video Tutorial, Derek! Really love it!

Derek Banas
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Derek Banas
3 months 8 days ago

Thank you 🙂 I'm happy you liked it

Iuri Machado
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Iuri Machado
3 months 16 days ago

F# is so awesome… I wonder why people still uses ugly C#. :/

Mike Johnson
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Mike Johnson
3 months 17 days ago

YES, THIS IS JUST WHAT I'VE BEEN WAITING FOR. If only I found it sooner though. Thanks!

Derek Banas
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Derek Banas
3 months 17 days ago

I hope you find it useful 🙂

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