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Sun, 11 May 2003 17:42:22 +0200 (CEST)
Message "warning: discontiguous predicate foo/2 - clause ignored"
I find it confusing because:
- non-english native speaker doesn't know meaning of word
"discontiguous". - mixing clauses does not affect declarative nor
semantic correctness (as long as all foo/2 are in correct order).
I suggest this one: "warning: clauses of foo/2 should be
together". (I think it complies with GNU standarts too.)
( Story: I copied & pasted my source from book. It was the first
program containing >=10 lines. I figured out what the warning
ment only after consulting my source in SWI-Prolog. SWI's message
was much more cleaner ("Clauses of foo/2 are not together in the
source file"). )
(I haven't any practical experience until yesterday but I have
passed theoretical Prolog course.)
I am sorry for any inconvenience caused by my poor english.
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