A friend of mine recently proposed the following problem on twitter: Given f y z =108 – (815 – 1500/z)/y, x0 = 4, x1 = 4.25 and xN+1 = f xN xN-1 then what is x80? Note: This might not be as easy as it looks — Mårten Rånge (@marten_range) October 19, 2013 I didn’t…Read More Round-offs in floating-point arithmetic
For those that attended my last evening presentation about F# at Ronua Roadshow in Timisoara (but not only), here is the demo I’ve shown, and one that I planned to show but didn’t due to lack of time. The purpose of these demos was to shown simple Windows Forms applications written in F#. Mandelbrot Fractal…Read More Resources for the F# Presentation at Ronua Roadshow
In this post I want to show how you can implement common list operations: union, intersection, difference and concatenation. Concatenation is the simplest of them all, because type List already has a function call append that does everything for you.
let concat left right =
List.append left right
The union of two lists is a list containing all the distinct elements from…Read More F# Operations on List
The Game of Life is a cellular automaton devised by the John Horton Conway in 1970. It is the best-known example of a cellular automaton. It consists of a collection of cells which, based on a few mathematical rules, can live, die or multiply. Depending on the initial conditions, the cells form various patterns throughout…Read More Game of Life in F#