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Patterns in Practice: Functional Programming for Everyday .NET Developers

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This article examines how the new support for functional programming techniques in .NET 3.5 can developers make code more declarative, reduce errors in code, and write fewer lines of code for many common tasks.

Jeremy Miller

MSDN Magazine October 2009




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