Using Turbo Prolog

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Osborne McGraw-Hill, 1987 - Computers - 340 pages
For those already familiar with Prolog or other high-level languages, or even beginning programmers, Using Turbo Prolog supplies programming techniques that can be used to build expert systems and decision-support systems. It offers detailed coverage of Prolog syntax and design and discusses all of Turbo Prolog's statements, functions and operations.

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Contents

What You Need to Run Turbo Prolog
4
How to Copy Your Disks
11
Getting Into the Editor
44
Advanced Commands
56
Part II
65
Rules and Racktracking
87
Domains Arithmetic and Recursion
137
Functors
161
Part III
187
File Predicates
222
FileOpening Predicates
233
Graphics and Sound
247
Advanced Programming Techniques
265
Part IV
301
Index
331
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