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( I have not used this software, and know little more about it than is written here. If you use it, please let me know what you think. )
Here is some student feedback:
``It is a friendly and easy to use Prolog tutor which runs under Windows 3.1. You read the tutor in one window and operate the Prolog engine in another, so doing the exercises is a breeze.
``The main exercise is an adventure game, and you also build a genealogical database and an order entry system.
``I've only taken it as far as the end of the second chapter and have yet to find material which hasn't been covered in our lectures, but so far it has been both entertaining and educational.''
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