Thursday, 6 June 2013

Implement a C# Interface in F#

Whilst seeking ways to learn F# and weave it into predominantly C# projects I have started to implement interfaces written in C# with an F# version. That sometimes means re-writing a C# implementation with an F# implementation. It works particularly well for a number of reasons:

Motivation - Provides direction rather than just 'hacking about' with the language.

Confidence - If you have test coverage, you can use the same tests to be sure your code is working.

Syntax - Provides a sound introduction to the indentation and parenthesis use in F# by forcing you to translate your own C# code.

Insight - Helps to reinforce that F# still compiles to IL underneath and is executed on the CLR - its all .NET after all!

Communication - Helps others to learn by examining the 'before' (C#) and 'after' (F#) implementations.

Seamless - Integrates with your existing C# solution when using dependency injection and IoC maintaining your decoupled architecture.

In F#, interfaces are implemented Explicitly as opposed to Implicitly in C#. This means that we must provide pointers to the functions we wish to fulfil the interface per method or property. The Gist below provides examples of the various signatures we would expect to implement.


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