Visual Prolog is a historical programming language created in 1996. Visual Prolog, also formerly known as PDC Prolog and Turbo Prolog, is a strongly typed object-oriented extension of Prolog. As Turbo Prolog, it was marketed by Borland but it is now developed and marketed by the Danish firm Prolog Development Center (PDC) that originally developed it. Visual Prolog can build Microsoft Windows GUI-applications, console applications, DLLs (dynamic link libraries), and CGI-programs. Read more on Wikipedia...
- Visual Prolog ranks in the top 50% of languages
- the Visual Prolog wikipedia page
- Visual Prolog first appeared in 1996
- See also: prolog, isbn, mercury
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class hanoi predicates hanoi : (unsigned N). end class hanoi implement hanoi domains pole = string. clauses hanoi(N) :- move(N, "left", "centre", "right"). class predicates move : (unsigned N, pole A, pole B, pole C). clauses move(0, _, _, _) :- !. move(N, A, B, C) :- move(N-1, A, C, B), stdio::writef("move a disc from % pole to the % pole\n", A, C), move(N-1, B, A, C). end implement hanoi goal console::init(), hanoi::hanoi(4).
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