Prolog at home! 
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 Prolog at home!

Hello!

I have a (hopefully) easy question!

I'm a student at the university of Lund and have recently started a
cource in logic programming.

We have been told that it's possible to find shareware on the Net so
that you can use Prolog (Ed. syntax) at home.

Does anyone know where I can find what I need?

I use win 3.1 on my PC for now, but am interested in any help conserning
win 3.1 or 95.


http://www.*-*-*.com/ ~viking/



Fri, 16 Jul 1999 03:00:00 GMT  
 Prolog at home!

Quote:

>Hello!
>I have a (hopefully) easy question!
>I'm a student at the university of Lund and have recently started a
>cource in logic programming.
>We have been told that it's possible to find shareware on the Net so
>that you can use Prolog (Ed. syntax) at home.
>Does anyone know where I can find what I need?
>I use win 3.1 on my PC for now, but am interested in any help conserning
>win 3.1 or 95.

The Amzi! Logic Explorer is a Windows-based, interpreted Prolog
development environment and full Prolog tutorial. It is
Edinburgh-standard and runs under all flavors of Windows (in 16-bit
mode).

It is free for personal use.

You can download it from http://www.amzi.com/share.htm

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Fri, 16 Jul 1999 03:00:00 GMT  
 
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