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Tue, 16 Oct 2001 19:08:14 +0200
I have a strange bug today. I learn prolog on the bratko book and one easy
exercice on it did something weird.
the directives :
p(2) :- !.
the question :
on my linux box (linux 2.2.15, gcc 2.95.1, gprolog 1.2.1) when interactively
written, after the first answer X = 1, when I wrote "a" to have the other
answer, I got the segmentation violation. when I wrote these little
directives in a file and load it, there is no seg.
on my W95 box with cygwin, I also have no problems, other interactively or
by loading the file ??
Have you heard of something like that and what do I do to avoid this
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