Wanted: programming language for 9 yr old
> >> What happened to Micro-Prolog ? I believe it was a simplified version of
> >> Prolog designed ESPECIALLY for the education of children. Is a version of it
> >> available for IBM PCs ?
> >Micro-Prolog is the name of what Clark & McCabe did to port Prolog from DECs
> >etc to micros eg the Mac. I don't think there was any simplification of
> No, there was some simplification.
> Micro-Prolog used a more English-like infix notation, rather than
> the usual Prolog prefix notation.
> Micro-Prolog Prolog
> X is-a Y. is_a(X, Y).
Not a significant simplification surely :-) If they introduced
programmer-defined operators at this point in order to enable this then that
really counts as a de-simplification, IMHO. The main point is that it wasn't a
simplified version of Prolog (ie of logic programming) at all let alone for
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