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another problrm with jess!!!

 
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hello,
thanks for your answers!

please how can I know if goal"X" is reached or not during the execution of the enference engine JESS on a set of rules and a dets of initial facts?
by using defquery?(which mean asking a query which verifies if the goal exists in the lidt of facts or no to stop the enfernce engine)


this will help me alot in my project.
waiting for your answer.thanks!!! -luyza-
 
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This is not "another" problem. This is the same question which you've asked over and over again. I've told you many times nowe that the proper answer is to have a rule which detects your goal condition and takes the proper actions in response. Apparently you don't like this answer; it'd be nice if you'd tell me why you don't like it, as I could either assuage your fears or perhaps, in understanding your situation, help you come up with a better solution.

If, on the other hand, you'd simply like to make your program unnecessarily complex, you're certainly welcome to use a defquery instead, yes.
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