|Subject:||Re: 'mod' and 'div' need brackets ro read as atoms|
|Date:||Fri, 05 Aug 2011 08:25:35 +0100|
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Sorry, I still don't understand.|
OK, I see 'div' and 'mod' are infix operators,
(BTW the document you referenced makes no mention of 'mod'), but...
Why does this prevent them being read as atoms in GNU-prolog?
(It works in other Prologs that also have them as infix operators)
Is it therefore a bad idea to save application data as Prolog terms, given that changes to the standard may have the effect that future Prolog systems are unable to read them?
On 05/08/11 07:53, Daniel Diaz wrote:
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