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 Unfortunately most textbooks still use outdated constructs and therefore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Is there a list of outdated/deprecated constructs which should be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).

Thanks,

Greg Buchholz

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