Schlagwort-Archive: Pipe

Inter-Process Communication with anonymous pipes, Part 02: transfer an object

In the first article of this series you have seen how to use anonymous pipes to transfer data between two processes. In the example application of this first article, only byte data was send between the processes. Within this article … Weiterlesen

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Inter-Process Communication with anonymous pipes, Part 01: transfer a byte stream

Inter-Process Communication is used by different processes to interact and share data with each other. Several possible ways exist to implement such an Inter-Process Communication. I have shown one possibility in a previous article: memory mapped files. Within this article … Weiterlesen

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Currying in F#

Currying is a transformation process which converts a function with multiple arguments into a chain of embedded functions, each with single parameter. In F# function declarations are curried by default. Therefore you don’t usually need to curry functions. But even … Weiterlesen

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Function composition

To implement a function by using other functions is one of the basic concepts in most programming languages. Therefore this feature is very well supported in a lot of programming languages, especially in functional programming languages. Within this article I … Weiterlesen

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Increase the readability of you source code by using the Pipe Forward operator

I really like the Pipe Forward operator in F#. This simple operator allows to write source code which matches a read direction from left to right.   Pipe Forward operator example The following example shows the Pipe Forward operator in … Weiterlesen

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