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Re: Impressed but confused, gluing a list together...

From: Michał Bieliński
Subject: Re: Impressed but confused, gluing a list together...
Date: Wed, 2 Oct 2013 00:01:31 +0200
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Dnia 1 Października 2013, 23:50, Wt, Sean Charles napisał:
>> I added a cut to avoid the solution with trailing glue.
>> join([X], _, [X]) :- !.
> I am confused at the cut.. I have not yet experienced trailing glue,
> that was the point of the second rule!?

When I compiled your initial example and tested it GNU Prolog returned two
results.  I wanted only one.  The behavior without cut is this:

GNU Prolog 1.4.4 (32 bits)
Compiled Apr 29 2013, 20:41:58 with gcc
By Daniel Diaz
Copyright (C) 1999-2013 Daniel Diaz

| ?- join("ABC", "Z", X).

X = [97,[122],98,[122],99] ? ;

X = [97,[122],98,[122],99,[122]]


With cut gprolog is satisfied with telling me the first solution.

Michał Bieliński

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