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assignment 1
March 10, 2006 11:11AM
In our textbook it says that =\= is sued to compare if 2 terms are not equal to one another - I tried this in the version of prolog we were supplied with but it doesn't work. Is this because =\= is specifically for algebraic comparisons?

I did find that \= = does the job....

Re: assignment 1
March 14, 2006 07:27PM
Hi Celene

I also noticed that =\= only seemed to work with numerical terms. In amzi's examples I saw \= used for not equal. That worked for me.

Re: assignment 1
April 04, 2006 10:00AM
The various kinds of equality and comparison are discussed on page 160.
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