Helfer OutInCount

Jan Burse, erstellt 15. Sep 2018
package example04;
import jekpro.platform.headless.ToolkitLibrary;
import jekpro.tools.call.CallIn;
import jekpro.tools.call.Interpreter;
import jekpro.tools.call.InterpreterException;
import jekpro.tools.call.InterpreterMessage;
import jekpro.tools.term.AbstractTerm;
import jekpro.tools.term.Knowledgebase;
import jekpro.tools.term.TermCompound;
import jekpro.tools.term.TermVar;
import java.io.IOException;
import java.io.Writer;
* <p>Java code for the Call-out Call-in Solution Counter example.</p>
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public class OutInCount {
* <p>Foreign predicate to count solutions.</p>
* @param inter The call-in.
* @param goal The goal.
* @return The count.
* @throws InterpreterException Passed down from the goal.
* @throws InterpreterMessage Shit happens.
public static int count(Interpreter inter, AbstractTerm goal)
throws InterpreterException, InterpreterMessage {
CallIn callin = inter.iterator(goal);
int count = 0;
while (callin.hasNext()) {
return count;
* <p>Runtime library variant of executing the example.</p>
* @param args The command line arguments.
* @throws InterpreterException Exception in Jekejeke Prolog execution.
* @throws InterpreterMessage Message in Jekejeke Prolog execution.
* @throws IOException Problem writing to current output.
public static void main(String[] args) throws InterpreterException,
InterpreterMessage, IOException {
Knowledgebase know = new Knowledgebase(ToolkitLibrary.DEFAULT);
Interpreter inter = know.iterable();
Object foreignGoal = inter.parseTerm("use_package(foreign(" +
foreignGoal = inter.parseTerm("use_package(foreign(" +
foreignGoal = inter.parseTerm("foreign(employee/1, " +
"'example03.OutTable', employee('CallOut'))");
foreignGoal = inter.parseTerm("foreign(count/2, " +
"'example04.OutInCount', count('Interpreter', 'AbstractTerm'))");
TermVar employeeVar = new TermVar();
TermCompound employeeGoal = new TermCompound("employee", employeeVar);
TermVar countVar = new TermVar();
TermCompound countGoal = new TermCompound(inter, "count", employeeGoal, countVar);
Writer wr = (Writer) inter.getProperty(ToolkitLibrary.PROP_SYS_CUR_OUTPUT);
CallIn callin = inter.iterator(countGoal);
wr.write(inter.unparseTerm(0, countVar));