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tutorials:intermediate:json_prolog [2019/04/24 13:53]
gkazhoya [Case-sensitive variable names]
tutorials:intermediate:json_prolog [2019/04/24 13:54] (current)
gkazhoya [Case-sensitive variable names]
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 If the string is all capital, we get a normal usual symbol, in the other case we get the pipes. If the string is all capital, we get a normal usual symbol, in the other case we get the pipes.
  
-The same is with Prolog, if you variable or any other symbol is not all caps, you will get a symbol in Lisp which has pipes around it:+The same is with Prolog, if your variable or any other symbol is not all caps, you will get a symbol in Lisp which has pipes around it:
  
 <code lisp> <code lisp>