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I'm currently an MFA candidate at CalArts' Program in Art, but was a systems administrator and software engineer in NYC for the 4 years prior.
The two skillsets overlap perfectly to make me very good at solving uncommon problems, and especially at figuring out ways to make something that has never been made before.
Strategy for writing a logic program
certainly, the recursive solution must be the heart of the game, @KilianFoth. But I ask, clearly, because that alone is not getting me over the hump, since, I can write recursive functions quite handily, but can't write a logic program yet... I imagine the issue is that I understand the evaluation model of functions, but lack one that works in Prolog. My sense is that in prolog, the issue is describing the problem, rather than how to solve it.
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