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Prolog Techniques by Attila Csenki

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Prolog Techniques
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Publisher: BookBoon
ISBN-13: 9788776814762
Number of pages: 186

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The book Prolog Techniques is the first of two volumes by the author on the programming language Prolog and its applications. In the first volume you can read about the accumulator technique, difference lists, program manipulations and exploratory code development.

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