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DATE

1986

AUTHORS

Bernhard Pfahringer , Christian Holzbaur

ABSTRACT

Mixing PROLOG and LISP appears as a possible synthesis emerging out of the debate betweens adherents of these two languages. Examples are LOGLISP [7], YAQ [2], POPLOG [8], VIE-KET [6], TAO [9] and others. This article first shows briefly some of the advantages of such a mixture. This is augmented with a short, example. A second part describes the interface between PROLOG and LISP, as it is implemented in VIE-KET. More... »

PAGES

759-765

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-94-009-4634-7_98

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