The Craft of Prolog by Richard O'Keefe
The Craft of Prolog Richard O'Keefe ebook
ISBN: 0262150395, 9780262150392
The art of Prolog ( amazon); The craft of Prolog (amazon); A prolog in haskell (http://propella.blogspot.com/2009/04/prolog-in-haskell.html), and the referenced previous implementation http://darcs.haskell.org/hugs98/demos/prolog/. O'Keefe's The Craft of Prolog, of course I kept comparisons to Tcl in mind. > > >I'm a huge fan, and since the book is out-of-print according to the > >original publishers (MIT), it seems conceivable such an arrangement > >might have been made. Two years ago, we were intimate, but time has eroded our bonds, and she is but a shadow flitting through dark synaptical corridors. O'Keefe's “The Craft of Prolog”. For a good discussion of meta-interpreters in Prolog the reader should turn to The Craft of Prolog by Richard O'Keefe. This post was just the tip of the iceberg. Asin 0262512270 The Craft of Prolog (Logic Programming) - The MIT Press - ecs4.com 94f61dd10aa97de11ede48e3d3c1cb45. >his classic, The Craft of Prolog? For a more programmer-oriented book on Prolog, I highly recommend Richard A. Richard Suchenwirth 2000-12-04 -- Job requirements have reawakened my interest in Prolog, while I still love, and work with, Tcl. He doesn't focus on the academic approach, but beautifully shows how to write clear, efficient, elegant code in Prolog. On my walk home today I felt an irresistible urge to recall Prolog.