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The "actual" code of a Visual Prolog is the {{lang|Clauses|clauses}}, which are located in {{lang|Implementations|class implementations}} and which implements {{lang|Predicates|predicates}}.
 
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=== Language Reference in other Languages ===
 
=== Language Reference in other Languages ===
[http://download.pdc.dk/vip/73/documentation/LanguageReference_chinese.pdf Visual Prolog 7.3 Language Reference in Chinese (PDF file)]
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[http://download.pdc.dk/vip/72/documentation/LanguageReference_chinese.pdf Visual Prolog 7.2 Language Reference in Chinese (PDF file)]
 
 
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== See also ==
 
[[Visual Prolog 7.2 Prolog Foundation Classes (PFC) in Chinese]]
 

Latest revision as of 15:04, 10 March 2013

Language Reference

This document describes the syntax and semantics of the Visual Prolog programming language.

Visual Prolog is a strongly typed object oriented programming language based on the logical programming language Prolog.

A Visual Prolog program consists of a goal and a number of:

Which contain declarations and definitions of Prolog entities:

The "actual" code of a Visual Prolog is the clauses, which are located in class implementations and which implements predicates.

Language Reference in other Languages

Language Reference in Chinese