A language which unifies logic programming and functional programming.
[“The APPLOG Language”, S. Cohen in Logic Programming, deGroot et al eds, P-H 1986, pp.39-276].
- Chiltern hundreds
certain crown lands, the stewardship of which is nominally bestowed on a member of the House of Commons to provide an excuse to resign, as members are not allowed to hold titular office from the crown. to apply for the Chiltern Hundreds, to resign or express a desire to resign from the House of Commons. […]
to make use of as relevant, suitable, or pertinent: to apply a theory to a problem. to put to use, especially for a particular purpose: to apply pressure to open a door. to bring into action; use; employ: He applied the brakes and skidded to a stop. to use a label or other designation: Don’t […]
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