SWI-Prolog is a historical programming language created in 1987. SWI-Prolog is a free implementation of the programming language Prolog, commonly used for teaching and semantic web applications. It has a rich set of features, libraries for constraint logic programming, multithreading, unit testing, GUI, interfacing to Java, ODBC and others, literate programming, a web server, SGML, RDF, RDFS, developer tools (including an IDE with a GUI debugger and GUI profiler), and extensive documentation. SWI-Prolog runs on Unix, Windows, Macintosh and Linux platforms. Read more on Wikipedia...
- SWI-Prolog ranks in the top 20% of languages
- the SWI-Prolog website
- the SWI-Prolog wikipedia page
- SWI-Prolog first appeared in 1987
- See also: c, prolog, java, rdf, unix, linux, lisp, emacs-editor
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Last updated October 14th, 2019