With X#, Microsoft may popularize functional programming

Microsoft hasn't confirmed reports that it is developing a new data-centric programming language, but one expert believes it's a no-brainer because such a language -- rumored to be called X# at Microsoft -- would make the software giant the first major company to embrace functional programming. It's a concept that could not only fundamentally change mainstream development; it could also make XML Web services data easier to work with.

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