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|Dealing with Prolog flags from C
TRUE on success and
FALSE on failure. This
function can be called before PL_initialise(),
making the flag available to the Prolog startup code.
false) flag. The
argument must be an
const char *.
atom_t (see current_prolog_flag/2).
type specifies the kind of value to be retrieved, it is one
of the values below. value is a pointer to a location where
to store the value. The user is responsible for making sure this memory
location is of the appropriate size/type (see the returned types below
to determine the size/type). The function returns
FALSE on failure.
atom. The returned value
is an atom handle of type
integer. The returned
value is an integer of type
float. The returned value
is a floating point number of type
term. The returned value
is a term handle of type