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Prolog now attempts to find the first clause to match the predicate clerk. The first statement matches and allows Y to be instantiated to jones. (4) The first possible pair of answers is now returned, that is X =patel Y =jones At this point the user can terminate the question. However, as you can see by inspection there are other solutions that could be returned. The next pair of names may be obtained by typing in a semi-colon. (5) Prolog is now asked to find other solutions to the question. Prolog has remembered the first solution and has marked the database, and X has remained instantiated to patel.

J/! ""'~_m, I I I *I I I * * I * I I I / *\ I I I \ \ *I I I * I * I I I I I • / I I *\ \ \ * \ I I I I At this stage we have introduced the cut symbol and applied it to a simple example in order to demonstrate the concept of using the cut to restrict backtracking. In fact the value of the cut becomes more apparent when applied to complex program structures and in later chaptersthere will be more examples of the cut in use. 4 Exercise 7 parent (john). parent (fred). parent (jean). male (john).

Let us start with a simple example of a recursive definition: the problem of defining the ancestry of a human or animal. Since the question of descent is so important to breeders of thoroughbred racehorses, we will choose that as our example. Taking the 1984 Derby winner, Secreto, as our subject we have the following blood line 38 Prolog Programming and Applications Secreto sired by Northern Dancer sired by Neartic sired by Nearco sired by Nasrullah. In order to use a Prolog program to give the ancestry of Secreto we might proceed in the most obvious (that is, non-recursive) manner and program as follows sire (secreto, northern_dancer).

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