Friday, March 16, 2018
A Haskell Rule Engine
Those of you who have read other entries on this blog know that the title does not contain a (semantic) typo. Those of you new to this discourse may wonder, "Rule Engine? Not Haskell; Prolog! End of discussion, right?" Prolog is nearly perfectly situated, semantically, for building rule engines.
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