How to use Prolog in a sentence

prolog
  • Of the lives of saints, the Prolog, translated from the Slavonic at the beginning of the 17th century (MS.), and the Vietile Sfintilor, by Dositheiu (2 vols., Jassy, 1682), are the most important.

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  • The comma instructs Prolog to evaluate the second clause with these same variable bindings.

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  • He spots a patch of scales on her shoulder and she explains everything to him, including flashbacks to the prolog.

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  • This is the prolog to an account of an experience of my own, flying a hellcat on a mission against the Japanese Navy.

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  • General remarks Informally, a prolog program is a collection of statements, in first-order predicate logic.

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  • Prolog ' First Strike ' opens the story with a high ranking military personnel being escorted to a secured US location.

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  • General purpose inference systems, such as Prolog's resolution refutation can be used to solve problems stated in logic.

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  • A prolog set in 1850 shows us a kindly old warlock residing over a young woman who gives birth to her daughter, Alucarda.

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  • General purpose inference systems, such as Prolog 's resolution refutation can be used to solve problems stated in logic.

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  • Prolog The woman bore a scorch mark from her chin to her brow.

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  • Of course, Prolog remembers to unbind any variables exactly at the places in the tree where they were bound.

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