Jan Burse, created May 22. 2019
* Simulation of some SWI-Prolog Edinburgh predicates.
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* The predicate calls get_code/1.
* The predicate calls get_code/1 until a non blank character appears.
% skip_blank(+Integer, -Integer)
* Put N space character codes to the current output.
* Put the character codes from the list L to the current output.
* name(T, L):
* If L is a code list, then the predicate succeeds in T with the
* number or atom from the code list L. Otherwise the predicate
* succeeds in L with code list from T.
% name(+-Atomic, -+List)
% list_to_name(+List, -Atomic)
% name_to_list(+Atomic, -List)