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• Simple Input-Output in Prolog

Simple Input-Output in Prolog We can read the data using the following predicates of Prolog: seeing(File) see(File) read(Data) seen To provide the…

• Unification in Prolog

Unification in Prolog We will give a goal to evaluate and Prolog will work through the clauses in the database. In this,…

• Satisfying Goals Summary

Satisfying Goals Summary The following diagram shows the methods which were described in the previous section. Figure: Evaluating a Sequence of Goals…

• Variables in Prolog

Variables in Prolog In the head or body of the clause, the variables are used. Variables are also used in goals, and…

• Prolog Syntax

Prolog Syntax The syntax of Prolog is as follows: Symbols Using the following truth-functional symbols, the Prolog expressions are comprised. These symbols…

• Input and Output Terms in Prolog

Input and Output Terms in Prolog Prolog provides the facility to enable the input and output either of character or of terms.…

• The Cut Predicate

The Cut Predicate In this section, we will provide two examples of predicate definitions. These definitions look correct, but when we use…

• Input and Output using Characters in Prolog

Input and Output Using Characters The input term and output term are straightforward. Sometimes it is complex to use the full stops…

• Two Factorial Definitions

Two Factorial Definitions It is used to find out the factorial functions. The stating of these definitions is as follows: factorial(0,1). factorial(N,F)…

• Lists and Sequence in Prolog

Lists and Sequence in Prolog In Prolog, the list builder uses brackets[…]. A list is referred by the notation [A | B]…