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Calling C# Methods from Sicstus Prolog through COM Interface

Written by on November 10, 2019 in Programming, Prolog with 0 Comments
Calling C# Methods from Sicstus Prolog through COM Interface

Recently I needed to make use of a C# library (which I had implemented a few years ago) from Sicstus Prolog. Calling C/C++ functions from Sicstus Prolog is fairly well documented. When it comes to C#/.NET, the official documentation recommends the PrologBeans library. After going through the documentation, I felt that it would not work for […]

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Generating Verb Conjugations

Written by on September 29, 2019 in Natural Language Processing, Programming, Prolog with 0 Comments
Generating Verb Conjugations

We have been taught in school that English language has different “tense” forms. To help you quickly recollect, I am listing them in the table below (the verb ‘sleep’ is used as example): No. Tense Form Example Sentence (3rd Person Singular Pronoun) 1 Simple Present She sleeps 2 Simple Past She slept 3 Simple Future […]

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Using Berkeley DB with Sicstus Prolog

Written by on August 18, 2019 in Programming, Prolog with 0 Comments
Using Berkeley DB with Sicstus Prolog

One of the nice features of Sicstus Prolog is the support for storing Terms externally in a Berkeley DB database. Since we can control how the terms are indexed in the database, it is possible to store and retrieve a large amount of Terms (the limit is 2^32-1) fairly efficiently. This can be useful when we work in a […]

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Sicstus Prolog – Building a Windows Executable

Written by on August 19, 2018 in Natural Language Processing, Programming, Prolog with 0 Comments
Sicstus Prolog – Building a Windows Executable

In my previous post, I showed how to build a C-based Windows DLL to execute Prolog predicates in the Sicstus Prolog engine. Today, I want to show how to build an executable (on Windows) from a C/C++ program that uses Sicstus prolog engine. The process is quite simple. In order to make things interesting, I am […]

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