Parlog is a programming language created in 1983. Parlog is a logic programming language designed for efficient utilization of parallel computer architectures. Its semantics is based on first order predicate logic. It expresses concurrency, interprocess communication, indeterminacy and synchronization within the declarative language framework.It was designed at Imperial College, London by Steve Gregory and Keith L. Read more on Wikipedia...
- Parlog ranks in the top 25% of languages
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- Parlog first appeared in 1983
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Example code from the web:
mode qsort(list?,sorted_list^). qsort([N|Rest],Sorted) <- partition(N,Rest,LessN,MoreN), qsort(LessN,SortedLess), qsort(MoreN,SortedMore), append(SortedLess,[N|SortedMore],Sorted). qsort(,).
Last updated February 18th, 2020