Prolog and its Applications: A Japanese perspective by Fumio Mizoguchi (auth.), Fumio Mizoguchi (eds.)

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The list P (here called Preds), which was made using make_pack_fde, is sent to write_fde/1, where the predicate name and arity (contained within '/•' and '•/', using putcoms/2) is output and the entire predicate is output in upper case letters using list2/2. The predicate putcoms/1 is defined as: putcoms :numcount,XI is X+I,nl, write('/* '),wri te<[X]), tab(2), writeq :abo I ish :- Xl= .. [X, Yl,assert

The fine structure of PAS 49 By means of fail/0 shown at the end of try_pkg/1 , backtracking of the procedure continues until repeat of the loading_pkg/0 predicate. pl and the process is repeated until end of file is read. The processing of the linker/0 is completed with the above procedures and it is then possible to make use of the predicates which have been asserted with try_pkg/1. (d) The save command. The save command saves to a file with the specified filename the program which was produced as a result of linking the utility_package (using the link command) to the user program loaded into the PAS (with the load command) or the program (predicates) defined by the user in the define mode of PAS.

F and A are then passed onto list2/2, which is defined as follows: list2. ,fai 1. listl. ,wri tcv(Xl,!. output _clause. uni fyvars( _ ,_). 46 A Prolog programming assistance system varlist

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