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How to accept a series of Yes & No responses without exiting the loop

How to accept a series of Yes & No responses without exiting the loop

How to accept a series of Yes & No responses without exiting the loop

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I am building a small expert system in Prolog and I am having one issue and that is when i am running the program and once i type a NO response the program automatically ignores the rest of questions within that category and jumps to the other.

What i want it to do is continue asking all the questions in that category and then display the response instead of jumping to the second set of questions.

Please assist.

RE: How to accept a series of Yes & No responses without exiting the loop

Without any code it's hard to say anything.
You have to arrange your code for that, ask questions, store the answers (with assert for example) and when the sequence of questions is finished, study the answers.

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