
I got Math.NET Numerics code from github and see that for some function you have equivalent F#, but for some are absent. Actually I don't see Euclid module in F#. I wander in order to use GreatestCommonDivisor from F# should it be F# function or I can
use C# library directly? For example when I try to run in FSI:
Euclid.GreatestCommonDivisor 259 111
I get error: error FS0039: The namespace or module 'Euclid' is not defined
PS: I ran open MathNet.Numerics before


Coordinator
Jun 9, 2014 at 10:46 PM

Yes, all of the core library (which is written in C#) can be used from F# directly. The F# package is mostly there for convenience, to make using it in F# easier or more natural/idiomatic  and it adds a few more types, like BigRational.
The static Euclid class is new in v3. What version of MathNet.Numerics are you using?
Thanks,
Christoph



I installed nuget MathNet.Numerics.2.6.2



okay, it's working with last version 3.0.0beta03

