The F#.NET Journal recently published its fifth article, on data structures:
"The .NET framework provides a wide variety of mutable data structures and the F# standard library supplements these with several immutable data structures that provide elegant functional interfaces. This article describes many of the built-in data structures, how they are used and when they are most applicable..."
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