Coding Guidelines for Prolog
Michael A. Covington
Richard A. O'Keefe
AbstractCoding standards and good practices are important for all software projects, whatever programming languages they employ. Arguably, Prolog programming can benefit from a disciplined approach more than programming in other languages. Despite this, no widely accepted standards and practices seem to have emerged up to now. The present paper aims at being a first step towards filling this gap.
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