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42 A Prolog programming assistance system If Args=[]. output goes to the terminal. whereas if Args=[File] (where File is a filename), output goes to that file. If Args =[File, W]. the effect is the same. except that W is an integer indicating the number of characters per line in the output file. Its default value is 55. pas_command/1 calls cross/2, which is defined as follows: cross :< < F=ter ; teli >,writetitlc >, set, < F=ter ; told ),abo I ish

Wri tes((A:Ln :- wri te, tab(l),wri tes

Predprintl/2 is shown below. It receives X and S from search call/2 and matches them with. respectively. F/N and B. It outputs F in the predicate column and N in the args (arguments) column. and then sends the top functor of list, S (now called B) to writepred/2. predprintl<[],_) :- !. predprintl<[F/NlBJ,E) ·n I, tab<5l,wri te(Fl,nchar,write , nchar

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