Finally, after watching this latest Ovid
work of the devil unfold for the last few weeks, I went searching the mitd
library for my copy of Sterling and Shapio's 'The Art of Prolog' (MIT Press, 1986) which BTW I was reminded has one the most esthetically pleasing covers of any technical book in my collection.
Anyway, I was thinking that as AI:Perlog matures it might be fun to implement a few of the examples from 'The Art'.
Go! Go! Ovid Perl meets Logic programming, evil ... pure evil.
mitd-Made in the Dark
'Interactive! Paper tape is interactive!
If you don't believe me I can show
you my paper cut scars!'
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