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From: Marconcini Cristina <marconcini_at_...8...>

Date: Wed, 04 Apr 2007 20:19:52 +0200

Date: Wed, 04 Apr 2007 20:19:52 +0200

Dear All, I would like to submit you a question about the division operator in Eclipse. I am sorry because It should be trivial, but perhaps there is something that I haven't seen. I need to perform a division with variables and get the integer quotient. In fact I will need to define a proper predicate like div_pr(X,2,Y) where X is the dividend and Y the result. I have tried this and I have loaded the ic library. Yes (0.00s cpu) ?- Y :: 0 .. 5, X :: 0 .. 5, Y #= X / 2, X #= 1. No (0.00s cpu) ?- Y :: 0 .. 5, X :: 0 .. 5, Y #= X / 2, X #= 0. Y = 0 X = 0 Yes (0.00s cpu) So, I have checked on the manual where it is written that // return the integer quotient ?- Y :: 0..5, X :: 0..5, Y #= 3//2, X#=0. Y = 1 X = 0 Yes (0.00s cpu) ?- Y :: 0..5, X :: 0..5, Y #= X//2, X#=0. Abort but it works only with integer number and not with variables. In fact, in the manual E1 / E2 division number x number see below E1 // E2 integer division truncated integer x integer integer E1 rem E2 integer remainder integer x integer integer E1 div E2 integer division floored integer x integer integer E1 mod E2 integer modulus integer x integer integer So, I can do this? Is it wrong my procedure? Another small question. Is there a function to perform shifts that works with variable and not only integers as parameters, like the operator <<(+Number1, +Number2, -Result) ? Thank you CristinaReceived on Wed Apr 04 2007 - 19:19:48 CEST

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