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A Picat extension for IPython and Jupyter Notebook

Project description

An Picat Extention for IPython and Jupyter Notebook

Prerequisites

Instalation via pip

pip install jupyter
pip install ipicat

Add --user to install in your private environment.

Basic Use

Inside a Jupyter Notebook with Python3 kernel, in a first cell, load the extension:

%load_ext ipicat

In other cell write a complete Picat program. It is important to note that the execution starts with the main predicate:

%%picat

main =>
    println('Teste'),
    X = 1+1,
    println(X).

You can execute a Picat script that is in the same directory that the notebook:

%picat -e t.pi

Help

  %picat [-d DELETE] [-e EXECUTE] [-l] [-n NEW]

Picat magic

optional arguments:
  -d DELETE, --delete DELETE
                        Delete a predicate
  -e EXECUTE, --execute EXECUTE
                        Execute a Picat program
  -l, --list            List all predicates
  -n NEW, --new NEW     Define a new predicate from a cell. If it already
                        exists, it will be updated.

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