Programming with Objects
Chapters 2 through 5 dealt with the basic constructs of F# functional and imperative programming, and by now we trust you’re familiar with the foundational concepts and techniques of practical, small-scale F# programming. This chapter covers language constructs related to object programming.
Programming in F# tends to be less “object-oriented” than in other languages, since functional programming with values, functions, lists, tuples, and other shaped data is enough to solve many programming problems. Objects are used as a means to an end rather than as the dominant paradigm.
The first part of this chapter will ...