Re: [eclipse-clp-users] Does ECLiPSe use Object-Oriented Programming

From: Kish Shen <kisshen_at_...5...>
Date: Thu, 28 Aug 2008 17:26:16 +0100
Marcos Müller wrote:
> Hi,
> I come from Clips and i'm learning ECLiPSe cause i need an expert system
> with backward chaining.
> Could you explain me if i can use object-oriented programming with ECLiPSe?
> I had some dificults while i'm trying to debug a program with TKEclipse
> looking at the user manual. There are another source?
> 
> Ty for everyone!
> 
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Hi Marcos,

ECLiPSe itself is not an object-oriented programming language.

However, Logtalk, an objected-oriented extension to Prolog developed by 
Paulo Moura, supports ECLiPSe (along with many other Prologs). Its 
website is at logtalk.org.

TkECLiPSe itself has a help menu, in which you can get the help files 
which give descrptions of the main components of TkECLiPSe. The ECLiPSe 
tutorial, included with the ECLiPSe documentation, has a chapter on 
debugging using TkECLiPSe -- there is a run through of debugging a 
program (included in the distribution) which shows how some of the tools 
in TkECLiPSe can be used).

Cheers,

Kish

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