An Advanced Logic Programming Language, Volume 1

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Anthony Dodd, Tony Dodd
Intellect Books, 1990 - Computers - 392 pages
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This guide consists of a number of tutorials that provide detailed, comprehensive coverage of different aspects of Prolog in general, and Prolog-2 in particular. The first two thirds of the book covers facilities that exist in most DEC-10 style implementations which will in all likelihood form a major part of the forthcoming standard definition of the language. The remaining chapters deal wth the details of Prolog-2 in different environments.
 

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Contents

lntroduction
3
Prolog2 as a logic programming language
9
The Syntax of Prolog2
19
PART TWO
29
Queries
31
Variables
34
The notepad
38
A simple database
43
Modules
98
How Prolog2 uses memory
109
Arithmetic
115
lnputOutput
128
Highlevel lO
136
Error handling
155
Debugging
160
Starting and stopping Prolog2
169

Arithmetic the Help System
47
Builtin predicates
51
Backtracking
56
Repeating tasks
62
Recursion
65
PART THREE
77
Compiling Prolog programs
79
Manipulating the clause store
88
External Code
174
Windowing facilities P only
245
The program development environment
274
Operating system interfaces
319
The LINT checker
375
lndex
379
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