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Hi Expert ..

Is there anyway so I can connect CLIPS with Visual C++ ..
It's expert system project .. I made an Interface (using MFC) and the input of the user will be passed to Clips to be proccessed .. Is There a Direct way to do that ??
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by:mrblue
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I have no idea what CLIPS is but I have found this:

"Integration/Extensibility: CLIPS can be embedded within procedural code, called as a subroutine, and integrated with languages such as C, Java, FORTRAN and ADA. CLIPS can be easily extended by a user through the use of several well-defined protocols. "

http://www.ghg.net/clips/WhatIsCLIPS.html
http://www.ghg.net/clips/CLIPS.html

What suggests that it is possible.
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by:DrAske
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Thanx mrblue :) .. and thanx for the links (and I think the first link explain to you what CLIPS is ) ..

what i need for know is a link (tutorial) show me how to use Clips(fuzzy Clips) code with c++ (MFC interface)program ..

thanx for help ..
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by:mrblue
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I think this may be useful:

http://www.cpbinc.com/clips/viewtopic.php?t=2191

There's something about clipsmfc.h and clipsmfc.cpp files for interfacing with C++ (MFC I guess).

http://www.cpbinc.com/clips/viewtopic.php?t=2274

And there's something about clips.dll & intergration with C++

There you will find "CLIPS C++ Class wrappers"

http://ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/marktoml/cppstuff.htm


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by:DrAske
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:) actually .. yesterday I found these links using google ( Using CLIPS with C++) ..

but I found the OFFICAL CLIPS WEBSITE http://www.ghg.net/clips/CLIPS.html  ..
I'll take alook at it ..
thanx alot for your help ...

regards, Ahmad;
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Do you have this link (I also used google :) ) ?

http://clipsinterface.sourceforge.net/
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by:Lifelabs
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Tomlinson & ghg sites were all shutdown.  The only one left seemed to be sourceforce.

I added  the example code in clipsinterface.sourceforce.net into my MFC application and built successfully.  But it gave me a runtime error "unable to locate CLIPS entry point for function InitializeCLIPS".

Could someone with successes help we help me with this?
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