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Write an F# program that creates an array of 10 integers and performs the following operations:

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Please submit all 3 files of ‘code’ in the native source files (*.fs). The required filenames are in parenthesis for each exercise below.

Put into each F# source file:

o printfn "CSc4330 PLC, SP2023"

o printfn "<your name>” (e.g., printfn "William Johnson, Ph.D.")

o printfn "Lab: XXXXXX.fs" (e.g., printfn "Lab: Calc.fs”)

o printfn

Upload each source file (3) into the Assignment, drop box.

Take a screen shot (Visual Studio or FSharp.org) of each output.

o You can upload all three output images as separate files or combine into one file. (Please label the filenames to lab exercises.)

o Must show the output answer, your name, and lab ‘filename’ for each image.

Upload the image(s)

Assignment, drop box will only accept .fs, .docx, .doc, or .pdf formatted files.

No late submissions allowed, no exceptions.

 

1) Simple Calculator (Calc.fs)

 

Write an F# program that asks the user for two numbers and performs basic arithmetic operations (addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division) on them. Output the results to the console.

 

2) Array Operations (Array_Ops.fs)

 

Write an F# program that creates an array of 10 integers and performs the following operations:

 

- Print the array to the console

- Find the sum of all the elements in the array

- Find the maximum and minimum values in the array

 

3) List Operations (List_Ops.fs)

 

Write an F# program that creates a list of 7 different strings and performs the following operations:

 

- Print the list to the console

- Find the length of the list

- Sort the list in alphabetical order

 

 

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