Re: The Art of Prolog -- 1986 vs. 1994

Jan Wielemaker wrote:
> Most Prologs support part I of the ISO standard.
> Unfortunately most textbooks still use outdated constructs and therefore
> (as well as for backward compatibility), we still need to support all the
> old stuff. I would be grateful if all commonly used textbooks were updated
> to use the ISO standard as much as possible.

Is there a list of outdated/deprecated constructs which should be
avoided? Nothing comprehensive, just an overview of once popular
things that the ISO standard has outlawed (without having to read the
actual standard).


Greg Buchholz