How to use this tool?

This free online converter lets you convert code from Fsharp to Scala 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 Scala code from the conversion will be displayed in the output box.

Key differences between Fsharp and Scala

SyntaxF# has a concise and expressive syntax that is similar to OCaml. It supports both functional and imperative programming styles.Scala has a more complex syntax compared to F#. It combines object-oriented and functional programming concepts, allowing for a more flexible coding style.
ParadigmF# is primarily a functional programming language, but it also supports imperative and object-oriented programming paradigms.Scala is a multi-paradigm language that combines functional programming and object-oriented programming. It provides a seamless integration of both paradigms.
TypingF# is a statically typed language with type inference. It ensures type safety and allows for concise code.Scala is also a statically typed language with type inference. It provides a strong type system that helps catch errors at compile-time.
PerformanceF# is known for its high performance and efficient execution. It can leverage the power of the .NET runtime and interoperate with other .NET languages.Scala is designed to be a high-performance language. It runs on the Java Virtual Machine (JVM) and can take advantage of the Java ecosystem.
Libraries and frameworksF# has a growing ecosystem of libraries and frameworks, with good support for web development, data processing, and machine learning.Scala has a rich set of libraries and frameworks, including popular ones like Akka, Play Framework, and Spark. It has strong support for building scalable and distributed systems.
Community and supportF# has an active and supportive community, with resources and forums available for developers. It is backed by Microsoft and has good tooling support.Scala also has a vibrant community, with active forums and resources. It is backed by Lightbend (formerly Typesafe) and has good tooling support.
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.Scala has a steeper learning curve compared to F#. Its combination of functional and object-oriented programming concepts can be challenging for beginners.