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This directory contains a simple demo to   get you started. You can also
use this directory to develop your own  programs but this is not adviced
for serious usage. For normal usage, choose a location on the filesystem
that suits you best.

Windows
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On Windows platform use the extension associated to PLWIN.EXE choosen at
installation (default .PL) for Prolog  source   files  and load the main
file by double-clicking it in the Windows   explorer or dragging it onto
PLWIN.EXE or a shortcut to this executable   (you  can put a shortcut to
PLWIN.EXE on your desktop).

Unix
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Normally you create your Prolog source   files  using the extension .PL.
You start a program using

	% pl -s file.pl

or ensuring the first line reads as   below  and make file.pl executable
using chmod +x file.pl.  Adjust  /path/to/pl   and  option  ...  to your
preferences and installation.

	#!/path/to/pl option ... -s

Further information (manual, mailing list, user web)
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	http://www.swi-prolog.org