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Re-exported predicates

The following predicates are re-exported from other modules

Source stream_to_lazy_list(+Stream, -List) is det
Create a lazy list representing the character codes in Stream. List is a partial list ending in an attributed variable. Unifying this variable reads the next block of data. The block is stored with the attribute value such that there is no need to re-read it.
- Unlike the previous version of this predicate this version does not require a repositionable stream. It does require a buffer size of at least the maximum number of bytes of a multi-byte sequence (6).
Source phrase_from_stream(:Grammar, +Stream)
Run Grammer against the character codes on Stream. Stream must be buffered.
Source phrase_from_file(:Grammar, +File) is nondet
Process the content of File using the DCG rule Grammar. The space usage of this mechanism depends on the length of the not committed part of Grammar. Committed parts of the temporary list are reclaimed by the garbage collector, while the list is extended on demand due to unification of the attributed tail variable. Below is an example that counts the number of times a string appears in a file. The library dcg/basics provides string//1 matching an arbitrary string and remainder//1 which matches the remainder of the input without parsing.
:- use_module(library(dcg/basics)).

file_contains(File, Pattern) :-
        phrase_from_file(match(Pattern), File).

match(Pattern) -->

match_count(File, Pattern, Count) :-
        aggregate_all(count, file_contains(File, Pattern), Count).

This can be called as (note that the pattern must be a string (code list)):

?- match_count('pure_input.pl', `file`, Count).
Source phrase_from_file(:Grammar, +File, +Options) is nondet
As phrase_from_file/2, providing additional Options. Options are passed to open/4.

Undocumented predicates

The following predicates are exported, but not or incorrectly documented.

Source lazy_list_location(Arg1, Arg2, Arg3)
Source lazy_list_character_count(Arg1, Arg2, Arg3)
Source syntax_error(Arg1, Arg2, Arg3)