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PHP & Prolog

Posted by Garrie (Garrie), 11 May 2004
Hello,
Is it possible to use Prolog (or some other similar language) with PHP?
This is more out of interest rather than for a specific problem.
Regards,
Garrie

Posted by admin (Graham Ellis), 14 May 2004
You could always use shell_exec or the backtick operator in PHP to run a program in Prolog (or in any other language). proc_open (from PHP 4.3.0 onwards) or popen might also be alternatives.  I'm not sure whether that's too "loose coupled" from PHP for what you were asking.

I did a bit of a search (and found LOTS of lists of languages that included both PHP and Prolog!) but I did came up with
http://www.mail-archive.com/alicebot-general@list.alicebot.org/msg06316.html
which might be worth further research - personally, I don't know alice.



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