Microsoft Visual F# Programming

Microsoft Visual F# Programming

F# is a computer programming language researched and developed by Microsoft. This website provides lessons and turials to create console and graphical applications using the F# language.

This web site teaches F# as a computer language. The lessons show how to create console application and interactions.

F# Programming

01: Introduction to MS Visual F#
02: Intro to Applications Values
03: Introduction to Windows Controls
04: Introduction to Data Types
05: Conditional Statements
06: Pattern Matching
07: Introduction to Functions
08: Introduction to Classes
09: The Properties of a Class
10: Modules & Namespaces
11: Inheritance
12: Interfaces
13: Staticity
14: Strings
15: structures
16: Date and Time Values
17: Properties of Controls
18: Delegates
19: Generics
20: Methods and Events of Controls
21: Controls Containers
22: The Forms of an Application
23: Exception Handling
24: Records
25: Tuples
26: Lists
27: Arrays
12: Intro to Controls Containers
07: Libraries
26: Introduction to Applications Graphics
27: Accessories for Drawing
22: Files Operations
23: Serialization
24: Generics
21: Introduction to File Processing
27: Lists (F# List and Introduction to .NET list classes)
28: Introduction to Arrays + the .NET's Array Class
29: Hash Sets (F# and .NET)
30: Sequences (F# and .NET)

Windows Controls
Button Check Box Checked List Box Combo Box Date Picker
Data Grid View Domain Up-Down Group Box Label Link Label
List Box List View Masked Text Box Month Calendar Numeric Up-Down
Panel Picture Box Radio Button Rich Text Box  
    Scroll Bars Split container Tab Control
Text Box Time Picker Track Bar Tree View Timer
Tick Counter Progress Bar   Numeric Upd-Down  


Graphics | XML | Data Sets | ADO.NET

Windows Controls Examples

Algebra | Compound Interest | Elementary Addition | Percentage Conversion | Movie Review


Message Boxes

Conditional Statements

Compound Interest

Elementary Addition

Percentage Conversions

Windows Controls Examples: Algebra

Setting the Icon of a Form

The Control Box of a Form

Setting the Location of a Form

Form's Start Position


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