5 CG primitives


Prolog+CG offers some primitives which make it easier to write useful CG-programs. A primitive is a piece of program code which has been written, and so can be "called" or used easily.

We look at two kinds of primitives:

A goal is a part of a rule or query which must be satisfied for the rule or query to succeed.

The goals which we discuss in this chapter are all provided by Prolog+CG. You do not have to do anything special for them to be available.

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