> Thank you. My researched suggested that it was possible with other prolog
> implementations so I wasn't sure if I was missing something simple in pilog.
Should be no problem to translate it, if you have a solution in Prolog.
But, as we said, it is probably not really useful.
> I also wasn't sure if with a simple problem space I could combine something
> like permute with a known range of possibilities.
Yeah, this might work in this special case. But for general linear
programming problems, other algorithms are much better.