First I will like to congrats the developers for this great library, it's being very usefull for a project.
I have a doubt:
How can a start a seed? I mean, in CLIPS i do it like "(seed 1234)", but how can I do it in PyClips?
since "seed" is a function in CLIPS, you can call it using PyCLIPS Eval() function: in your example, just do something like this:
>>> clips.Eval("(seed 1234)")
Please note all the parentheses. To directly issue CLIPS commands, no matter whether they are constructs or functions, you can use the clips.SendCommand() function.
Thank you very much, that was what i need.
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