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|Use 64-bit F# Interactive||Select this checkbox if you are working on a 64-bit machine and want to run the dedicated 64-bit version of fsi.exe or fsianycpu.exe, which uses the machine architecture to determine whether to run as a 32-bit or 64-bit process.|
|Shadow copy assemblies||F# Interactive blocks an assembly file it's using, which prevents you from rebuilding the project. With this option enabled, F# Interactive creates and uses temporary copies of assemblies, while assemblies remain accessible to other processes.|
|Move caret down on Send Line||With this option enabled, the caret in the editor will jump to the line next to the line/fragment you've sent to F# Interactive.|
|Copy recent commands to Interactive editor|
This option changes the behavior of the Recent commands feature .
With this option checked, the recent command (selection) will be copied to the F# Interactive editor, but not executed.
With this option unchecked, the recent command (selection) will be copied to the F# Interactive editor and automatically executed.
|F# Interactive arguments|
Use this field to configure F# Interactive compilation environment by entering appropriate arguments.
The default argument
For more information and the complete list of arguments, refer to F# Interactive options.