Within a (defquery) you use (declare (variables ...)) to specify query
parameters, and the (run-query*) function lets you provide values for them.
Usually the condition would have to be part of the query pattern, with only
the value being provided by the run-query* parameter.
On 23 November 2011 00:34, Sam Sarjant <sj...@waikato.ac.nz> wrote:
> Is it possible to use tests as variables submitted to queries? Or do
> variables always have to be concrete facts (or already bound facts)?
> For example, given the facts (num 0) (num 1) (num 2)..., is it possible to
> perform a query that looks something like (run-query* numQuery ?X&:(<= 0 ?X
> 5)) which will return all nums between 0 and 5 (inclusive).
> I gave the above example a go (with the proper definitions and such), but
> it threw an exception at me, telling me 'No such variable X'. This is
> mostly a question out of curiosity, as I don't absolutely need queries to
> accept test variables, but it would be nice if there was some sort of
> functionality to perform this task.
> - Thanks, Sam Sarjant