A. C. Brett email@example.com
Department of Linguistics
University of Victoria
Strings are represented by beginning, and ending, a sequence of characters with dollar signs, $, as in the following examples:
$This is a String.$ $# of nouns:$ $They spent $$20.00 on this %#*\+@ thing?!$Strings are often used as the argument of the write/1 predicate to display messages or other information as a Prolog program is processed by the interpreter, such as in the following examples:
write($# of Plural Nouns: $). write($Value on the NUM feature: $), NUM .
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