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Add combinators in the Async module #318

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baronfel opened this issue Oct 20, 2016 · 0 comments

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@baronfel baronfel commented Oct 20, 2016

Add combinators in the Async module [6367266]

Submitted by Loic Denuziere on 8/30/2014 12:00:00 AM
16 votes on UserVoice prior to migration

I think the Async module could use some extra functions, such as:

  • Async.Map : ('a -> 'b) -> Async<'a> -> Async<'b>
    (self-explanatory)
  • Async.Bind : ('a -> Async<'b>) -> Async<'a> -> Async<'b>
    (I guess this would just be a curried, static version of async.Bind)
  • Potentially other classic functor/monadic operations (filter, etc)
  • Async.ParallelChoice : seq<Async<'a>> -> Async<'a>
    (similar to Async.Parallel, except it stops as soon as one returns and cancels the others)
    Most functor/monadic operations are trivial to implement for yourself, but would still be nice to have as standard. ParallelChoice, on the other hand, is not obvious to get right and is useful even if you exclusively use a computation expression style (I've seen it requested several times on Stack Overflow).

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** by fslang-admin on 2/5/2016 12:00:00 AM **

Declining per my comment (note, Async.Choice has been added in a separate request)
Don Syme
F# Language and Core Library Evolution

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