|From:||Diego Fernando Rodríguez Varón|
|Date:||Tue, 7 May 2002 15:34:51 -0500|
I'm new to logic programming and (obviously) GNU-Prolog.
After spending some hours trying to figure out how to make some little programs work (and finally succeeding) I have some questions.
1. Why can't I create a new axiom in the interactive window?
2. I've checked the documentation entirely and there's no description of the GNU-Prolog syntax. How is anyone supposed to figure out how comments are, or what are the valid characters for an atom, variable or goal?
3. O.K. so I figured out that maybe the syntax was the same in the Prolog ISO Standard, but I've been trying to access the link in the manual (http://www.logic-programming.org/prolog_std.html) for several days and it just don't work. Does somebody knows why? (or where to find the standard?)
4. Does anyone knows of a tutorial or something alike that can help GNU-Prolog newbies?
5. This language rocks!
I'm using version 1.2.9 for win32.
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