The F#.NET Journal just published an article about reflection:
"Static type systems enforce constraints at compile time by using types as contracts that must be adhered to. Nominal typing compares types according to the explicit interfaces they implement. If two type explicitly implement the same interface then they can be used interchangeably within the context of that interface. Structural typing is an alternative to nominal typing where the comparison of types is based upon the structure of the types rather than explicit interfaces..."
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