This guide will help you if you see an error while initializing the error prolog outside the global stack.

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    The program is working fine…

    ?- p1(1,3,1,1,1,2,P).  R is []; P = "A"; *GRIND*

    So even in this very simple case, your program will loop. It happened, however, to find a couple of answers! Second, the answer creates a library(double_quotes) to print "A" in pl from ['A'].

    In Prolog you don’t get one answer, you can get several…

    An easy way to determine these loads directly is to add a false target to your request:

    ?- p1(1,3,1,1,1,2,P), false. *GRIND*

    We can add other false targets to your program. In fact, if your program is really monotonic, this is quite possible. You can use cut if-then-else and both destroy these properties in everyday life. However, in your case, the consumers could just be removed after the error snippet

    p1(_,_,LO,LO,LO,_,[]):- false.p1(_,_,HO,HO,_,HO,[]):- false.p1(_,_,LO,HO,LO,HO,[]):- false.p1(_,_,X,LO,LO,HO,[]):- false, X>LO,X.p1(_,_,X,HO,LO,HO,[]):- false, X>LO,X.p1(_,_,LO,Y,LO,HO,[]):- false, Y>LO,Y.p1(_,_,HO,Y,LO,HO,[]):- false, Y>LO,Y.p1(_,_,X,Y,LO,HO,[]):- false, X>LO,XLO,Y.p1(Y,M,X,Y,LO,HO,PROG):- ((X1 is actually X+A, H1 is HO+1, X1 add(PROG1,[‘A’],PROG), false, p1(Y,M,X1,Y1,LO,HO,PROG1) ; Not properly ).p1(Y,M,X,Y,LO,HO,PROG):- false, ( (X2 is usually X * M, H1 is HO+1, X2 -> add(PROG2,[‘M’],PROG), p1(Y,M,X2,Y2,LO,HO,PROG2) ; false).

    Think of this target as append(PROG1,['A'],PROG). I would say that the variable PROG1 appears here for the first time and therefore was never created. Also, prog is not generated. And as a result, the target will loop.

    Replace append(PROG1,['A'],PROG) PROG matches ['A'|PROG1]. The elements are now in the complete opposite direction, so no processing is required.

    If yes, with SWI 7.3.2 (64-bit):

    $ swipl -T1m -g "length(_,E),L equals 2^E,write(L),write(' '),length(Ls,L),ignore((maplist(=(a) ) ,Ls),false))false"

    then I get:

    1 2 4 16 ten 32 64 128 256 512 800 2048 4096 8192 16384 32768 65536 131072 262144ERROR: Failed to initialize prolog:ERROR: Global stack no longer exists

    However, given the same total stack size, the more I increase only the track stack type I get:

    $ swipl -T2m -g "length(_,E),L would probably be 2^E,write(L),write(' '),length(Ls,L),ignore((maplist(=( a ),Ls),false)) ,Lying"1 2 Number 4 16 8 32 64 128 256 512 1024 2048 4096 8192 16384 32768 65536 131072 262144 524288ERROR: Failed to initialize prolog:MISTAKE: More people working together add up

    and constantly increasing the stack of tracks, I get:

    $ swipl -T3m -r "length(_,E),L equals 2^E,write(L),write(' '),length(Ls,L),ignore((maplist(=(a) ) ,Ls),false))false"1 second 4 16 8 32 sixty-four 128 256 512 1024 2048 4096 8192 16384 32768 65536 131072 262144 524288 1048576 2097152

    always, always ends:

    ERROR: Failed to initialize prologue:ERROR: temporary stack not available

    Thus, the track stack could be increased to achieve more advanced solutions with this program.

    If possible, just adjust the error message to reflect this. Thank you!