Functional language with intensional polymorphism and first-class staging.
Sigh, despite using F# for so long, I've always avoided tackling .NET reflection, but I know from experience (of programming in Spiral) that this is a perfect place to introduce these techniques. Type systems like F#'s really hit their limits when it comes to serializing data across platform and language boundaries, so this is The place to demonstrate the use such methods.
Yeah, I just found that a while ago. Also, I found a link to the Fable reflection tests in its docs, and going over it, it seems like it supports all of it for types that are fully known at compile time.
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