Friday, March 16, 2018

Logic programming example



Using the List Monad it's possible to rig up a basic logic program, where the bulk of the code simply asserts the shape of the answer rather than worrying about generating the solution space. The below code is a full solution to a relatively simple, but classic, logic puzzle.

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