How to use this tool?

This free online converter lets you convert code from Fsharp to Java in a click of a button. To use this converter, take the following steps -

  1. Type or paste your Fsharp code in the input box.
  2. Click the convert button.
  3. The resulting Java code from the conversion will be displayed in the output box.

Key differences between Fsharp and Java

SyntaxF# has a concise and expressive syntax that is similar to other functional programming languages. It supports both imperative and functional programming styles.Java has a more verbose syntax compared to F#. It follows an object-oriented programming paradigm and supports imperative programming as well.
ParadigmF# is a multi-paradigm language that supports functional programming, object-oriented programming, and imperative programming.Java is primarily an object-oriented programming language that supports imperative programming as well.
TypingF# is a statically typed language that supports type inference. It has a strong type system that helps catch errors at compile-time.Java is also a statically typed language that requires explicit type declarations. It has a strong type system as well.
PerformanceF# is known for its performance and can be as fast as other statically typed languages. It can leverage the power of the .NET runtime.Java is also known for its performance and can be optimized to achieve high-speed execution. It runs on the Java Virtual Machine (JVM).
Libraries and frameworksF# has access to the extensive libraries and frameworks of the .NET ecosystem. It can leverage the power of existing .NET libraries.Java has a vast ecosystem of libraries and frameworks that cover a wide range of applications and domains.
Community and supportF# has a growing community and good support from Microsoft. There are active forums, documentation, and resources available for developers.Java has a large and mature community with extensive support. There are numerous resources, forums, and libraries available for Java developers.
Learning curveF# has a moderate learning curve, especially for developers familiar with functional programming concepts. It may require some adjustment for developers coming from imperative or object-oriented backgrounds.Java has a relatively steep learning curve, especially for beginners. It requires understanding object-oriented programming concepts and the Java ecosystem.