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PROLOG if statements

PROLOG if statements

PROLOG if statements

(OP)
Ok I haven't really found any clear way of doing an If statement in PROLOG. I want to read a word into a variable and then run either one of 2 functions if the answer is yes or no.
Bare in mind I am very new to PROLOG so here is what I have:

read(Var),
yesVar :-
Var="Yes", yesFunction(Var), noFunction(Var).

Any help?

Thanks

RE: PROLOG if statements

This is possible :

CODE --> Prolog

t :-
	read(Var),
	(   Var = yes -> yesFunction(Var); noFunction(Var)). 

RE: PROLOG if statements

(OP)
That doesn't seem to work. Any other thoughts.

RE: PROLOG if statements

What do you mean by "That doesn't seem to work", it works well with SWI-Prolog.

RE: PROLOG if statements

(OP)
Sorry, all good. Had to change some of my code but got it. Thanks

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