F# Casting and Conversions
Conversion is a process of converting type of a value to the other required type. It can be primitive or object type.
F# allows casting and conversion of primitive types and object types.
F# Conversion Example
y = 44 z = 44
F# Type Casting (Upcasting, and Downcasting) Example
F# allows us to cast object of one type to another type by using :> operator. This operator is used to upcast object. we can downcast object by using :?> operator. We have used these operators in the following program. Let's see an example.
BaseClass DerivedClass BaseClass