Wednesday, 17 December 2008

Reflection and run-time types

The F#.NET Journal just published an article about XNA:

"The common language run-time (CLR) provides functionality known as reflection that allows programs to create instances of types dynamically, bind types to existing objects and lookup the type of a given object. The F# programming language maps conventional ML type system constructs (tuples, records and variants) onto .NET classes and augments the reflection capabilities of .NET with functions to interrogate F# types. This article describes the reflection capabilities of F# and provides several example applications demonstrating the use of reflection in F# programs..."

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