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Every day should be a holiday!

Everything else sucks!!!

Holidays are fun. You should have them more often. Basically EVERY DAY

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F* is a verification-oriented programming language developed at Microsoft Research, MSR-Inria, and Inria. It follows in the tradition of the ML family of languages in that it is a typed, strict, functional programming language. However, its type system is significantly richer than ML's, allowing functional correctness specifications to be stated and checked semi-automatically. This tutorial provides a first taste of verified programming in F*. More information about F*, including papers and technical reports, can be found on the F* website.

It will help if you are already familiar with functional programming languages in the ML family (e.g., OCamlF#Standard ML), or with Haskell—we provide a quick review of some basic concepts if you're a little rusty, but if you feel you need more background, there are many useful resources freely available on the web, e.g., TryF#F# for fun and profitIntroduction to Caml, or the Real World OCaml book.

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F* is a verification-oriented programming language developed at Microsoft Research, MSR-Inria, and Inria. It follows in the tradition of the ML family of languages in that it is a typed, strict, functional programming language. However, its type system is significantly richer than ML's, allowing functional correctness specifications to be stated and checked semi-automatically. This tutorial provides a first taste of verified programming in F*. More information about F*, including papers and technical reports, can be found on the F* website.

It will help if you are already familiar with functional programming languages in the ML family (e.g., OCamlF#Standard ML), or with Haskell—we provide a quick review of some basic concepts if you're a little rusty, but if you feel you need more background, there are many useful resources freely available on the web, e.g., TryF#F# for fun and profitIntroduction to Caml, or the Real World OCaml book.

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F* is a verification-oriented programming language developed at Microsoft Research, MSR-Inria, and Inria. It follows in the tradition of the ML family of languages in that it is a typed, strict, functional programming language. However, its type system is significantly richer than ML's, allowing functional correctness specifications to be stated and checked semi-automatically. This tutorial provides a first taste of verified programming in F*. More information about F*, including papers and technical reports, can be found on the F* website.

It will help if you are already familiar with functional programming languages in the ML family (e.g., OCamlF#Standard ML), or with Haskell—we provide a quick review of some basic concepts if you're a little rusty, but if you feel you need more background, there are many useful resources freely available on the web, e.g., TryF#F# for fun and profitIntroduction to Caml, or the Real World OCaml book.

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F* is a verification-oriented programming language developed at Microsoft Research, MSR-Inria, and Inria. It follows in the tradition of the ML family of languages in that it is a typed, strict, functional programming language. However, its type system is significantly richer than ML's, allowing functional correctness specifications to be stated and checked semi-automatically. This tutorial provides a first taste of verified programming in F*. More information about F*, including papers and technical reports, can be found on the F* website.

It will help if you are already familiar with functional programming languages in the ML family (e.g., OCamlF#Standard ML), or with Haskell—we provide a quick review of some basic concepts if you're a little rusty, but if you feel you need more background, there are many useful resources freely available on the web, e.g., TryF#F# for fun and profitIntroduction to Caml, or the Real World OCaml book.

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F* is a verification-oriented programming language developed at Microsoft Research, MSR-Inria, and Inria. It follows in the tradition of the ML family of languages in that it is a typed, strict, functional programming language. However, its type system is significantly richer than ML's, allowing functional correctness specifications to be stated and checked semi-automatically. This tutorial provides a first taste of verified programming in F*. More information about F*, including papers and technical reports, can be found on the F* website.

It will help if you are already familiar with functional programming languages in the ML family (e.g., OCamlF#Standard ML), or with Haskell—we provide a quick review of some basic concepts if you're a little rusty, but if you feel you need more background, there are many useful resources freely available on the web, e.g., TryF#F# for fun and profitIntroduction to Caml, or the Real World OCaml book.

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F* is a verification-oriented programming language developed at Microsoft Research, MSR-Inria, and Inria. It follows in the tradition of the ML family of languages in that it is a typed, strict, functional programming language. However, its type system is significantly richer than ML's, allowing functional correctness specifications to be stated and checked semi-automatically. This tutorial provides a first taste of verified programming in F*. More information about F*, including papers and technical reports, can be found on the F* website.

It will help if you are already familiar with functional programming languages in the ML family (e.g., OCamlF#Standard ML), or with Haskell—we provide a quick review of some basic concepts if you're a little rusty, but if you feel you need more background, there are many useful resources freely available on the web, e.g., TryF#F# for fun and profitIntroduction to Caml, or the Real World OCaml book.

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F* is a verification-oriented programming language developed at Microsoft Research, MSR-Inria, and Inria. It follows in the tradition of the ML family of languages in that it is a typed, strict, functional programming language. However, its type system is significantly richer than ML's, allowing functional correctness specifications to be stated and checked semi-automatically. This tutorial provides a first taste of verified programming in F*. More information about F*, including papers and technical reports, can be found on the F* website.

It will help if you are already familiar with functional programming languages in the ML family (e.g., OCamlF#Standard ML), or with Haskell—we provide a quick review of some basic concepts if you're a little rusty, but if you feel you need more background, there are many useful resources freely available on the web, e.g., TryF#F# for fun and profitIntroduction to Caml, or the Real World OCaml book.