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Subject: Re: 50 Years of Prolog Nonsense
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 by: Mostowski Collapse - Sun, 17 Apr 2022 00:30 UTC

Oh my dear, Scryer Prolog lost the battle with its
char lists = strings idea and his preference for chars APIs.
I don't have a single chars API in Dogelog Player, was

fully betting on codes only, makes life much easier.
Now this here. BTW: A library charsio does not anymore
exist in SICStus Prolog 4.7.1:

| :- use_module(library(charsio)).
! Existence error in argument 1 of use_module/1
! file library(charsio) does not exist
! goal: use_module(user:library(charsio))

Oh the irony, I did find a library codesio:

| ?- use_module(library(codesio)).
% loading d:/software/logic/sics/library/codesio.po...
% module codesio imported into user
% loading d:/software/logic/sics/library/types.po...
% module types imported into codesio
% loaded d:/software/logic/sics/library/types.po in module types, 0 msec 6432 bytes
% loading foreign resource d:/software/logic/sics/library/x86_64-win32-nt-4/codesio.dll in module codesio
% loaded d:/software/logic/sics/library/codesio.po in module codesio, 0 msec 64768 bytes
yes
| ?- read_from_codes("X+Y.", T).
T = _A+_B ?

LoL


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