SWI-Prolog 5.1: Reference Manual

Jan Wielemaker. SWI-Prolog 5.1: Reference Manual. Updated for version 5.1.9, March 2003.

SWI-Prolog is a Prolog implementation based on a subset of the WAM (Warren Abstract Machine). SWI-Prolog was developed as an open Prolog environment, providing a powerful and bidirectional interface to C in an era this was unknown to other Prolog implementations. This environment is required to deal with XPCE, an object-oriented GUI system developed at SWI. XPCE is used at SWI for the development of knowledgeintensive graphical applications.

As SWI-Prolog became more popular, a large user-community provided requirements that guided its development. Compatibility, portability, scalability, stability and providing a powerful development environment have been the most important requirements. Edinburgh, Quintus, SICStus and the ISO-standard guide the development of the SWIProlog primitives.

This document gives an overview of the features, system limits and built-in predicates.


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