More Visual Prolog 7.3 Examples


Socket Demo

This example demonstrates how to establish a socket connection between server and client, written in Visual Prolog.


Also it contains a java client, which can work with a java server and also a  prolog socket server. That is, it can demonstrate how java and prolog can work together. It also gives a glimpse of the direction how web-based java applications (web portals) make use of the already developed prolog inference engines.


How to Operate This Demo

  1. Open the Prolog_server and initialize server by File|Start Server menu command.
  2. Run Prolog_client in command prompt and see how the prolog client exchanges information with the prolog server.

How to Build and Run This Demo

Load and build both projects prolog_server\prolog_server.prj6 and prolog_client\prolog_client.prj6 by the IDE.



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The example requires Visual Prolog 7.3 Commercial Edition.


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Users of previous versions of Visual Prolog are welcome to upgrade to the current version of Visual Prolog  to use the latest versions of the Visual Prolog examples.


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