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Logtalk is a programming language that offers object-oriented logic programming. It builds on Prolog's syntax and semantics, extending it with features from other object-oriented languages such as Smalltalk and C++. Logtalk supports parametric objects, protocols (interfaces), categories (mixins), multiple inheritance, event-driven programming, reflection, and encapsulation to create high-level components. The language specifies component reuse through a clear separation between interface and implementation details in its design. Logtalk operates by compiling source files into Prolog code or using back-end compilers for other logic engines like SWI-Prolog's native compiler can improve performance.

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