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Topic: Whether it is possible to mix languages in the project?

All greetings! For example to use partial classes where a code part it is written on C# and another on F#?

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Re: Whether it is possible to mix languages in the project?

Hello, Serginio1, you wrote: S> For example to use partial classes where the code part is written on C# and another on F#? Such scenario is impossible.

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Re: Whether it is possible to mix languages in the project?

Hello, Serginio1, you wrote: S> For example to use partial classes where the code part is written on C# and another on F#? What do you imply the project in a subject title? If the same, as Project inside Solution which result is the assembly.exe or.dll the answer - is not present. Different compilers cannot write to one assembly. And the more so to do joint partial class. If speech about the project, as about a product consisting of different units, written everyone in the language no hindrances to mixing of languages are present.

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Re: Whether it is possible to mix languages in the project?

Hello, Serginio1, you wrote: S> All greetings! S> for example to use partial classes where the code part is written on C# and another on F#? In Nemerle it is possible to connect.cs files, the compiler has the built in support C# 3.0, but to the specification does not correspond - considers these source codes as the code on Nemerle in syntax C# And then, really, one piece partial a class can be written on C#, and another - on Nemerle, or in any other syntax which manage to fasten to the compiler.

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Re: Whether it is possible to mix languages in the project?