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    Great! I’m a great fan of DCGs. It reminds me of my PostgreSQL connector made using DCGs to decode/encode messages.

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      Do you have a link to that? I’d like to read it.

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      This is so cool! Reminds me a bit of Erlang’s bit-wise destructuring (see https://www.erlang.org/doc/programming_examples/bit_syntax.html for destructuring an IPv4 header).

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        Oh, and of course Erlang syntax is pretty close to Prolog too, and not by a coincidence: the first implementation of Erlang was in Prolog.

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          You got me curious, in turn:

          The first implementation of Prolog was an interpreter written in Fortran

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        Wow! this is totally awesome! Love it.