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Prolog Atoms is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Prolog Atoms books and related discussion.
Suggested Pdf Resources
- Introduction to Prolog Programming
- Compound terms are made up of a functor (a Prolog atom) and a number of The sets of compound terms and atoms together form the set of Prolog predicates .
- Data Objects in Prolog Atoms Built-in predicate: atom(...) Numbers
- Data Objects in Prolog data objects simple objects structures variables constants atoms numbers. Kuliah 2. Slide 2.
- 1 Prolog
- additional letters, digits, or underscores) is an atom. Atoms look like vari- ables of other languages, but are treated as constants in Prolog.
- ET: an Efficient Tokenizer in ISO Prolog
- Takes a list of tokens, and extracts just the words, converting them to Prolog atoms. Ex- ample: ?
- Integrated Symbol, Engine Table and Heap Memory Management in
- perimental Prolog system.
Suggested Web Resources
- Prolog - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Prolog's single data type is the term. Terms are either atoms, numbers, variables or compound terms.
- The Prolog Dictionary
- Numbers, in Prolog, are not considered to be atoms. atom is also the name of a built-in predicate that tests whether its single argument is an atom. ?
- Manipulating Prolog terms
- Each atom has a unique internal key (an integer) which corresponds to its index in the GNU Prolog atom table.
- string - Normalizing space characters in Prolog atoms - Stack Overflow
- SWI Prolog provides normalize_space/2, and so you could define your predicate as follows: normalize_space_in_atom(A1,A2) :- normalize_space(atom(A2),A1).
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