[racket] Offtopic: Favorite resources for mastering Prolog [was: SML]?

From: Jay McCarthy (jay.mccarthy at gmail.com)
Date: Sat Jul 6 20:30:14 EDT 2013

If you look at the papers referenced in the Datalog documentation, you
can get a good start on the theory of Datalog and some things related
to it.


On Sat, Jul 6, 2013 at 1:49 PM, Richard Lawrence
<richard.lawrence at berkeley.edu> wrote:
> Mark Engelberg <mark.engelberg at gmail.com>
> writes:
>> While we're on the topic of exploring from Racket to alternative languages,
>> what's the friendliest way to dip into Prolog coming from a Racket
>> background?
> Well, there's the Racklog module:
> http://docs.racket-lang.org/racklog/
> There's also the Datalog language:
> http://docs.racket-lang.org/datalog/
> I have played around with Racklog a bit, and found it a nice way to try
> out Prolog-style programming with easy fallback to Racket when desired.
> But I'm a Prolog newbie myself, so I don't have any reading materials to
> recommend, besides the Racklog docs.
> HTH,
> Richard
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Jay McCarthy <jay at cs.byu.edu>
Assistant Professor / Brigham Young University

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