Mention What Is The Difference Between Prolog And Normal Programming Language?

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Editor Staff asked 11 months ago

Mention What Is The Difference Between Prolog And Normal Programming Language?

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Editor Staff answered 11 months ago

Prolog: It is a “declarative programming” language which means that you have to specify the goals, but not the strategy to reach the goal. It figures it out on its own.
Normal Programming language: Languages like C/C++/Java/Python are imperative (IP) languages that does specify instructions of how to reach some goal, but leaving the real goal implicit