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Common Errors

When you write a program, especially a longer one, it usually does not work the first few times you run it, because of errors in the code ("bugs"). This section lists a few common errors to look out for in Prolog programs.

  • Inconsistent Spelling
  • Arity Differences
  • Missing Procedures
  • Functor Errors
  • Other Common Mistakes

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