is there a way to 'transpose' a gate in q#? i noticed there was a discussion above as to how gates in Q# are not recognized as a matrix bur rather an operation. Would love some insight as to what sort of approach is taken when observing a circuit
specifically in Q# because in the posts above mentioned how the approach taken in Q# is different from qiskit
Apparently you can do threading here too, but its not super obvious
How was everyone's weekend? I can't believe it's already Tuesday 😭
the Roman Mercury
I am reading Microsoft Quantum Documentation again
I think I missed the broadcast today
Other general question for folks here, do you use discord? Would a Q# community discord make it easier to interact/chat than this single thread?
Coming to this late, but I would prefer Slack or Discord (in that order) if you are considering alternatives.
Slack or Discord good either way 🙏
Sweet, I'll get something moving soon for the chat platform stuff!
Hello, what do you think about Randonautica ( ıt is an app, uses QNRG )
If there are any folks dropping by from the Azure Quantum Developer Workshop, we tend to answer quick questions here on the gitter, and if you want to work on some of our projects/learn/collaborate hop on over to our slack here: bit.ly/qsharp-slack !
the Roman Mercury
using (register = Qubit)
does it give 8 qubits in 0 state or 8 qubits 0 and 1 randomly ?
(I posted this in the slack channel also)I am trying to build a rudimentary bioinformatics algorithm using Q#. The F# implementation looks like this: let patternCount (text:string) (pattern:string) = text |> Seq.windowed pattern.Length |> Seq.map(fun c -> new string(c)) |> Seq.filter(fun s -> s = pattern) |> Seq.length it is used like this: let text = "ACAACTCTGCATACTATCGGGAACTATCCT" let pattern = "ACTAT" patternCount text pattern How would I write in the same functional pipeline style in Q#. Is there any particular piece of the quantium library that would optimize the algorithm? (edited)