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Hi all
I want implement the propositional logic. i don't know how and which programing language using for this Matter.

who could help me with an example?

I thank the person who can help me.
Posted 2-Jan-12 21:50pm
Updated 11-Jan-12 19:57pm

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Hi. You may use different kind of languages..

Prolog: declarative, logic programming language
Lisp: It's a very popular language for AI programming
Smalltalk: An object-oriented, dynamically typed, reflective
Description logics: Knowledge Base(KB) representation languages.

So, The choice depends on what you really want to do. I guess you can use Lisp. Please, google it how to use and implement your code...

Improved One:
It's hard to write whole bunch of codes in short time, you need to search and learn yourself.

You may follow this links.[^][^]

I'm assuming you know the basic priciples of AI here. The rest is just learning how to use the language. Start writing with Hello World...
;;; HWorld.lsp
;;; ================================================== ;;;
;;; =========== HELLO WORLD SIMULATION ============== ;;;
;;; ================================================== ;;;

;;; This function simply returns the string Hello World that is in quotes.

Have Fun :)
MohsenSaleh 3-Jan-12 4:07am
excuse me can you show me with an simple example?
I'm beginer
Un_NaMeD 3-Jan-12 4:18am
I've improved my solution. Please have a look...
MohsenSaleh 3-Jan-12 5:10am
Tank you
Un_NaMeD 3-Jan-12 5:18am
Your welcome.. One more thing, I guess your new here. if the answer is suitable and, you can accept the solution by clicking "accept solution" button. So, noone tries to solve and gives an answer the question anymore..
MohsenSaleh 12-Jan-12 1:47am
yes i am and this isn't complete answer

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