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Return an integer holding the number of arguments given to Prolog from Unix.
char **holding the argument vector given to Prolog from Unix.
char *holding the current symbol file of the running process.
Return a long, representing the maximal integer value represented by a Prolog integer.
Return a long, representing the minimal integer value.
Return a long, representing the version as 10,000 × M + 100 × m + p, where M is the major, m the minor version number and p the patch level. For example,
Return the default stream encoding of Prolog (of type
Get amount of user CPU time of the process in milliseconds.