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Introduction The Prolog programming dialect began from work done in the mid 1970s by Robert A. Kowalski at Edinburgh University (and as far back as at Imperial College, London) and Alain Colmerauer at the University of Aix-Marseille (France). Kowalski 's exploration on the field of computerized conclusion drove in 1972 to the advancement with Colmerauer of the utilization of formal rationale as a programming dialect. Kowalski 's exploration gave the hypothetical structure, while Colmerauer 's offered ascend to the programming dialect Prolog. Colmerauer and Phillipe Roussel manufactured the primary Prolog translator, and David Warren at the University of Edinburgh fabricated the principal Prolog compiler (for the DEC-10 machine). Most business…

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The loop predicate is defined as loop from N, the Statements loop is executed until the condition get false. Increment(N) is used to increment or decrement the loop count. And loop(n) is again called to attain the loop concept recursively. And when the value N becomes ‘0’ the loop stops. • In Prolog, only few statements can be combined in complex ways. Therefore, it is simple and it is not as readable as written logic. When comes to writablity, it is easy to write for basic programs, for…

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Overview: Iterative statement is the programming language design feature that is going to be discussed. And the programming languages for which the feature is discussed are C, Perl, Prolog and Common Lisp. In C the three pre-defined iterative statements are for, while and do while. In Perl the pre-defined iterative statements include for, foreach, while, do while and until. In Common Lisp the pre-defined iterative statements include do, dotimes, dolist and loop (includes for and while) In…

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Based on historical facts of the author's life. The Audacity of Hope is a book written by the United States ex-president Barack Obama published by Crown Publishing Group in 2006, the beginning of his presidential campaign. The content of the book is dense in ideas and values; details of his biography and his fluid narrative creates a pleasant reading environment. The central point of reflection in this book is the rescue of original values of the American people who have been betrayed prolog…

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“And she was known as Madam Eglantyne” (125). Throughout the nun’s section in the canterbury tales prolog we come to find out this quote sums up the nun quite nicely. This line encompasses everything the nun is, elegant, well mannered, and caring. One of the things the nun feels is important is, to be seen among the travelers as elegant. She shows this in the way she eats by not letting her hands get dirty, and in the way she sings hymns. She never dips her hand in too deep in sauce and never…

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When Chaucer talked about the Wife in the prolog he describes her as “a worthy women” and to him she looked “bold…, handsome, and red in hue” (Chaucer 156). These descriptions of the Wife of Bath by Chaucer, shows that he cares about her and the tone he uses to talk about her is full of kindness. Also when he alludes to her being a strong independent woman he is not mocking her but being genuine. In the Canterbury Tales, Geoffrey Chaucer creates The Wife of Bath as an ideal feminist…

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As one of the most prominent poets of the USA, Carl Sandburg revealed numerous significant issues of the US development in the 20th century. In his poem Chicago, Sandburg depicts the American city as vibrant, progressive, and going through transformations. Despite several dark sides of its development, Chicago appears to be a beautiful and attractive city, worthy of glorifying. Strong imagery, unusual structure, divided into short and long stanzas, and metaphorical language make the poem…

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black diorite, with an illustration at the top of the stone and the written laws below. The Code provided insight to the people on values, social structure, gender relationships, the role of the king and commented on social issues (such as household structure, family relationships, inheritance, divorce, paternity and sexual behavior). To control the cities, he ruled, Hammurabi needed to create a strong central government; he believed these laws would unify the land and encourage the…

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interesting. Although the book is not tremendously detailed, I do like the survey aspect of it and how it reads similar to a timeline. This book helped me better understand the basic sequence of events and how/why things happened the way they did. It was nice to get a full and complete picture. Although, I did notice and did not like how bias it is. However this is understandable based on his historical involvement. He really beats down on communism 's poor parts (which is accurate) and notes…

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The second prolog of the novel begins by Miguel De Cervantes expressing his frustrations with the author who published a fake sequel to Don Quixote. This metafictional approach uses irony to address the plagiarism and blends the two worlds of reality and fiction. Cervantes claims he does not want to malign the dishonest author, Avellaneda. However, Cervantes goes on ranting about how this counterfeit author should ashamed of himself. As the paragraph progresses, there is a sense of growing…

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