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  1. Carlo Cellucci (1987). Using Full First Order Logic As a Programming Language. In G. Lolli (ed.), Logic and Computer Science: New Trends and Applications. Rosenberg & Sellier.
    1. Logic programming did not seize the attention of most programmers until the Japanese announced that they had chosen Prolog for their ambitious Fifth Generation Computer Systems project. While that project appeàrs now to be hampered by bureaucratic difficulties, the interest it aroused in Prolog lives on. Part of the attraction of Prolog stems from the fact that the beginner will very quickly be able to write toy programs, even spectacular ones. Difficulties in creating larger programs, however, seem to bring (...)
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