This is a programming language developed in the early 70’s at the University of Aix-Marseille by Professors Alain Colmerauer and Phillipe Roussel. Initially it was a completely interpreted language until the mid-70s, David HD Warren developed a Prolog compiler able to translate into a set of instructions from an abstract machine called the Warren Abstract Machine, or for short, WAM. Since Prolog is a semi-interpreted language.
Prolog fits the paradigm of logical language, which distinguishes it greatly from other popular languages such as Fortran, Pascal, C, Java.
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