Now Available On-line Guide to Prolog Programming - Second Edition, 1998

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I opened this site as a contribution to evolving area of logic programming languages and PROLOG in particular. I indent it to be an introduction to logic programming and PROLOG for beginners (and so the interface is also constructed for beginners) but I also expect to cover some advanced topics. It's not meant as an unclassified collection of links to other pages although I also include some interesting links.
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Last update 4th October 1997
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