Functional logic programming

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Functional logic programming is the combination, in a single programming language, of the paradigms of functional programming (including higher-order programming) and logic programming (non-deterministic programming, unification). This style of programming was pioneered in λProlog[1] in the 1990s. Other, newer functional logic programming languages include Curry and Mercury.

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  1. ^ Nadathur, Gopalan; Miller, D. (1998). "Higher-Order Logic Programming". In Gabbay, D. M.; Hogger, C. J.; Robinson, J. A.. Logic Programming. Handbook of Logic in Artificial Intelligence and Logic Programming 5. Oxford University Press. pp. 499–590. ISBN 0198537921. 

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