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Tue, 04 Sep 2007 11:50:05 +0200
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ronan987@ hotmail.com a écrit :
Hi. I read on GNU Prolog’s website (http://www.gprolog.org) that the
simplest way to obtain an executable from a Prolog source file prog.pl
is to use:
$ gplc prog.pl
This will produce an native executable called prog which can be executed
I did that on Linux, but after I typed in prog, nothing happened, I just
got the system prompt. I was wondering what I need to do to fix that.
Also, I’m using GNU Prolog on Windows XP and I’d like to produce an
executable Prolog file, how would I do that?
It would be interesting to know your prog.pl
Have you a directive
where Goal is the first callable_term to be executed ?
Look at the doc
for more information
creation :- randomize,sudoku_contraintes(G), tirage(0,G).
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