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planetbenplanetben Member Posts: 30
Hi. I have run into the programming language named prolog. If you know about it maybe you could give me some advice. I am a game programmer and I like the way that you programm in prolog and I think that it would be perfect for games. The only thing I don't know about is how to do the graphics. So, I went searching on the internet and found a prolog developing enviroment which could be linked to a Java program which does all the graphics. So, to get to my question, would doing the logic of a game in prolog and then doing the graphics part in a different language like Java be a good way to go??? Please reply if you can help. Thanks alot!!!

--Ben


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  • mybrenmybren Member Posts: 12
    : Hi. I have run into the programming language named prolog. If you know about it maybe you could give me some advice. I am a game programmer and I like the way that you programm in prolog and I think that it would be perfect for games. The only thing I don't know about is how to do the graphics. So, I went searching on the internet and found a prolog developing enviroment which could be linked to a Java program which does all the graphics. So, to get to my question, would doing the logic of a game in prolog and then doing the graphics part in a different language like Java be a good way to go??? Please reply if you can help. Thanks alot!!!
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    : --Ben
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    sure, why not? but isn't Java a bit slow for a gaming environment? What about C++ ?

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