[code] Need advice for snippet.

From: Michael Richter <ttmrichter.att.gmail.com>
Date: Tue, 19 Jan 2016 21:44:12 +0800

I'm trying to make a snippet to give me some standardized format for Prolog
predicates. The snippet looks like this:

%%! %1(NAME)(%2(ARGUMENTS)) is %3{det,semidet,failure,nondet,multi}
%1(%2) :-

The problem is the second-to-last line. "%1(%2)" expands into just the
contents of "%2" and nothing else. "%1 (%2)" expands as expected, but this
is, unfortunately, a syntax error in Prolog. How would I go about getting
what I want such that if "%1" is "foo" and "%2" is "Bar" I'll generate
"foo(Bar) :-" in that second-to-last line?

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Received on Tue 19 Jan 2016 - 08:44:12 EST

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