FRIENDLY-WAM: An interactive tool to understand the compilation of PROLOG
The present paper makes a brief description of an environment which can be used for the emulation of the Warren Abstract Machine. It has the capability to show the user the internal behaviour of the WAM during a program execution. The tool provides an interactive and friendly interface with the machine, allowing to follow the evolution of a WAM program step by step and with different detail degrees.
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