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Published on Jan 7, 2013
A well written logic program is a gold mine. Logic programming represents a problem as a set of declarative logical axioms, or facts, which a logic engine uses to construct a proof. With a set of facts, the programmer can offload the work of collecting results to a logic engine in exciting ways. Beyond these wonderful properties, writing a logic program is tremendous fun! We will use Clojure's logic engine core.logic to introduce these concepts and jump into the fascinating world of logical programming.