Re: French localization

2017-01-23 Thread CILz
Hello guys, I'd be happy to help on that task. If anyone else want to step up on this let's join our forces. Best, EricC Le 24/01/2017 à 07:49, Alexander Burger a écrit : Dear PicoLispers, is anybody able and interested to do the French localization of PicoLisp? Unfortunately it is still

Re: French localization

2017-03-01 Thread CILz
Hi, I've been overbooked the past few weeks because of a new job. Hence nothing new on my side, sorry. However, I will find time if Roman need help or if he wants to share the work between us. Best, Eric Le 02/03/2017 à 02:50, Raman Gopalan a écrit : Dear Alex, greetings! :) > How is

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2016-11-11 Thread CILz
Hello CILz <cilz...@cilzone.fr> :-) You are now subscribed Hello list ! -- UNSUBSCRIBE: mailto:picolisp@software-lab.de?subject=Unsubscribe

Re: (< @X 18) doesn't behave as expected with pilog

2016-11-12 Thread CILz
Hi Alexander, Thanks for this answer. It works nicely. I will take my time to understand it thoroughly. Best. Le 12/11/2016 à 16:27, Alexander Burger a écrit : Hi Eric, (be underage (@X) (age @X @Y) (< @Y 18)) '<' is a Lisp function and not a Pilog rule. To embed a Lisp expression

First post

2016-11-12 Thread CILz
Dear list, I take the opportunity of this first post to introduce myself as well as the reasons for which I come here. I am not a computer scientist nor a professional web developper but a kind of "power user" who often gets its hands dirty to build some applications as close as possible to

(< @X 18) doesn't behave as expected with pilog

2016-11-12 Thread CILz
Hello, Let's say that I have those two facts in a pilog database: (be age (Paul 18)) (be age (Vincent 17)) I'm looking for the guy under 18 with this rule: (be underage (@X) (age @X @Y) (< @Y 18)) If I ask (? (underage @X)) the result here is -> NIL where I expect to get @X=Vincent.

Re: (< @X 18) doesn't behave as expected with pilog

2016-11-12 Thread CILz
Thanks for this Joe. However I will need to investigate as I don't know Picolisp enough yet. My purpose is first to translate Prolog queries to Pilog in a Prologish/Pilogish way. Le 12/11/2016 à 16:23, Joe Bogner a écrit : Untested, but what about using range/3 ?

Re: First post

2016-11-14 Thread CILz
and especially Alexander is extremely helpful. I recommend again to join us in IRC :) - Original Message - From: CILz [mailto:cilz...@cilzone.fr] To: picolisp@software-lab.de Sent: Sat, 12 Nov 2016 15:45:03 +0100 Subject: First post Dear list, I take the opportunity of this first post

Re: First post

2016-11-14 Thread CILz
Neo4j is the graph database behind www.gdpr-ui.eu . Neo4j is really powerfull and its query language cypher is damned simple to start with! 'vivace-graph' looks interesting, I will have a look at it... Thanks. Best, Eric Le 14/11/2016 à 13:24, Brad Collins a écrit : A graph database

How to display some text in Pilog

2016-11-22 Thread CILz
Hello, I'm trying to translate a small Prolog programme into Pilog however I'm stuck on some basic things. For example, how would you translate this Prolog term: intro :- write("somme text ..."). which yields to (in Swi-Prolog): ?. intro. somme text ... true. Best,

read in Pilog

2016-11-23 Thread CILz
Is there a way to have something similar to 'read' in Pilog? Thanks, Eric -- UNSUBSCRIBE: mailto:picolisp@software-lab.de?subject=Unsubscribe

Re: How to display some text in Pilog - SOLVED

2016-11-23 Thread CILz
Hello Alex, Thank you very much, that's it. In fact, I have tried this solution before asking on the list, however as I am still not very fluent in Lisp I have written : : (be intro (prin "Hello world\n") ) without the two >> () << at the beginning of the defintion of the predicate!!

Re: read in Pilog

2016-11-23 Thread CILz
Alex, thanks for being so patient! I came up with this: (be p_read () (^ @ (read)) ) which looks to work so far ;-). However I wonder if there is a way to catch and unify the read value to a variable. For example in Prolog the predicate 'read/1' allows to catch in 'read(Value)' where

Re: read in Pilog - SOLVED

2016-11-23 Thread CILz
Alex, you rock! Thanks very much. Eric Le 23/11/2016 à 20:23, Alexander Burger a écrit : : (be read (@X) (^ @X (read)) ) -> read : (? (read @A)) (foo bar) @A=(foo bar) -- UNSUBSCRIBE: mailto:picolisp@software-lab.de?subject=Unsubscribe

How to put my small expert system in pilog on the web

2016-11-24 Thread CILz
Hello, Thanks to your help so far, I have built a small expert system in Pilog which works interactively on the terminal. A question is displayed, the user is asked to answer by 'y' or 'n' and in turn a new question is displayed or the result of the process. Now I want this to work on in

Re: First post

2016-11-15 Thread CILz
? 2016-11-16 7:59 GMT+01:00 CILz <cilz...@cilzone.fr <mailto:cilzone@cilzonefr>>: Hi Brad, In fact we already have "a-kind-of" graph database! Isn't Prolog all about relation? And Pilog is Prolog on top of PicoLisp, no? When we write:

Re: First post

2016-11-15 Thread CILz
Hi Brad, In fact we already have "a-kind-of" graph database! Isn't Prolog all about relation? And Pilog is Prolog on top of PicoLisp, no? When we write: (be person (Vincent)) (be person (Mia)) (be loves (Vincent Mia 2015)) we define a relation called 'loves' between two

Re: First post

2016-11-17 Thread CILz
Hello, Thanks for all your suggestions/ideas regarding using PicoLisp DB as a kind of graph database. I now have to experiment... Best, Eric Le 17/11/2016 à 23:17, andr...@itship.ch a écrit : Declarations: I have now experience in actually using any graph databases. One could simply

Re: (< @X 18) doesn't behave as expected with pilog (SOLVED)

2016-11-18 Thread CILz
Hi, Done! Initial version here: http://picolisp.com/wiki/?accesstolispfunctionfrompilog I hope it's a right place! Best, Eric Le 14/11/2016 à 15:55, Alexander Burger a écrit : Wiki would be much better, wouldn't it? -- UNSUBSCRIBE: mailto:picolisp@software-lab.de?subject=Unsubscribe

Re: (< @X 18) doesn't behave as expected with pilog (SOLVED: short

2016-11-13 Thread CILz
Hi, This is mostly a copy/paste of Alexander's answer below in the form of a short how to. I haven't seen such a one on the wiki, so may be it can find its way there. However I'm too young here to take such a decision ;-) == **How to access a Lisp function from Pilog** Let's say

Re: (< @X 18) doesn't behave as expected with pilog (SOLVED: short

2016-11-13 Thread CILz
Hum ! I just noticed that I may have been too friendly here, sorry. I wanted to say "Hi Alexander". My apologies. Best, Eric Le 13/11/2016 à 21:32, CILz a écrit : Hi Alex, -- UNSUBSCRIBE: mailto:picolisp@software-lab.de?subject=Unsubscribe

Re: (< @X 18) doesn't behave as expected with pilog (SOLVED: short

2016-11-13 Thread CILz
Hi Alex, I've just created an account on the wiki however I think I can't add something in the reference part. I think that this how-to could fit very well here: http://software-lab.de/doc/ref.html#pilog to illustrate the last part which starts with " Pilog can be called from Lisp and vice