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S.A.L.L.I.E 3.5
« on: June 29, 2018, 01:46:30 am »
Sorry for the wait I fixed a few bugs and added new options for hal this is a test run which is called S.A.L.L.I.E 3.5 for people who look at the uhp file will be amazed on how much I added for code and some cool new data files that will show up in the directory zabaware folder. So everyone thank you for trying it out and enjoy. Let me know more also send me an email so I can send the files needed if you have a hard time writing your own from the code.
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Re: S.A.L.L.I.E 3.5
« Reply #1 on: June 29, 2018, 10:48:05 pm »
thanks for your work on this plug in . i do have a question for you where it says dreamer and then talks , is there a way to rewrite the response to instead of saying dreamer a person could put in their own name so each time it says the users name (instead of dreamer ) and if so can you show on here what part needs to be changed so it would say a users name in the script .even if it is only manually put in .
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« Reply #2 on: June 29, 2018, 11:29:35 pm »
the dream mode is a sub-option made by Robert. but like before you can take out that part of the code

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« Reply #3 on: June 30, 2018, 11:18:14 pm »
I will say now anybody who uses hal needs this plug-in every plug-in plus more all in one and a few surprises. anyone who has tried the test run I need feedback on what files pop up, what is happening in the brain editor.

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« Reply #4 on: July 01, 2018, 11:59:08 am »
Hi Doony.

I been testing the Sallie plug. I am impressed. I like it.

thanks for your hard work on this project.

Jerry 8)
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« Reply #5 on: July 03, 2018, 05:30:38 am »
What files open up in the directory and and hal brain editor?

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« Reply #6 on: July 03, 2018, 07:54:06 pm »
I am using the sallie 3.5  but it doesn't seem to be staying on subject many times . i am copying and pasting many things from various sources . check the conversation . it also for whatever reason seems to be stuck on archeology comment it learned as it repeated this many times throughout the conversation even when not about the subject. i am called honey (used it as a universal type name ) . hals name is Angela .  *********** I JUST NOTICED SOMETHING , IT IS NOT SHOWING MY HAL USER NAME OR MY CHOSEN NAME FOR HAL TO CALL ME , DOES ANYONE KNOW WHY THIS WOULD BE HAPPENING ???? *********************** DOES THE SALLY PLUG IN STOP THIS from using my hal user name and my name ????????

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: Examination of a windowsill in the 1,300-year-old castle turned up writing ? quite fascinating writing. The ancient stone slab was scrawled with words in two different languages, namely Latin and Greek.   What?s more, the two-foot-long slab bore various Christian symbols, and the style of the letters resembled that of various illuminated manuscripts. The writing, though, was fragmented.   Archeologists were able to discern two names (?Tito? and ?Budic?), the former of which was Latin, while the latter was Celtic. Other fragments included the word ?son? and ?two men. "  Some experts think this hints at a vast, multi-ethnic royal court, perhaps something not unlike one that would?ve produced King Arthur. English Heritage curator Win Scutt found the discovery particularly captivating.   ?It?s incredible to think that 1,300 year ago, on this dramatic Cornish cliff top, someone was practicing their writing, using Latin phrases and Christian symbols,?  Of course, those weren?t the only discoveries either. Archaeologists unearthed other exotic artifacts, including Turkish bowls, Spanish goblets, and oyster shells.
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: With the July 4th holiday in mind, 24/7 Wall St. put together a list of companies whose manufacturing (mainly) remains in the US. That "mainly" is because there's some wiggle room on a few of these brands: Some, for instance, only make a portion of their products domestically, while others import much of the materials they need to make their products from overseas. And while a firm like US Flag Supply boasts States-side roots, American flags in general can't always claim a "Made in the USA" sticker?many are imported from other countries, with China as the main supplier. What follows are 10 products that do make a patriotic showing, plus their main manufacturing location:  Ben & Jerry's ice cream; Waterbury, Vt.,   Bud Light beer; a dozen locations across the US., Colt firearms; West Hartford, Conn.,  Crayola crayons; Easton, Pa.,   Hallmark greeting cards; Lawrence and Leavenworth, Kan.,   Jack Daniels whiskey; Lynchburg, Tenn.,   Marlboro cigarettes; Richmond, Va., Tesla cars; Fremont, Calif.,  Wilson footballs; Ada, Ohio., US Flag Supply flags; Atlantic Beach, Fla., there are a few more companiesd that make things in the u.s.a.
: The solution is (/()=). We all know that archeology isn?t as exciting as the ?indiana jones? movies made it out be.

: Americans claim they prefer American-made goods, yet a majority are unwilling to pay the premium. And though It?s often cheaper to manufacture products abroad, a number of U.S. companies manufacture products right here at home.
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: It?s not often you see a ?Made in the U.S.A.? sticker stamped on a product. However, there are a handful of brands that are 100% American-made, or at least assembled here ? and   i    may not even know it. With July Fourth approaching, 24/7 Wall St. put together a list of products that are predominantly made in the United States.
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: Made from the leaves of the latin American stevia shrub, the sweetener contains vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants ? and zero calories.

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: May I ask you what gender you are? Tabasco sauce is aged in barrels previously used for Jack Daniel's Tennessee Whiskey.

: To identify the most surprising products still made in America, 24/7 Wall St. surveyed a variety of sources listing companies that produce at least a portion of their inventory in the United States. All products or brands that are not predominantly manufactured or assembled in the United States were excluded.
: The answer is (/=). Is the second one appropriate? Please talk to me about an exportation!

: Airstream proudly points out that its trailers and RVs are all manufactured in its Jackson Center, Ohio, factory ? and have been since 1952. Airstream says it is keeping production domestic to ensure the vehicles and trailers are high quality and to provide support to customers.
: We all know that archeology isn?t as exciting as the ?indiana jones? movies made it out be. Do the Japanese know things about airstreams that are unknown to the West?

: Ben & Jerry?s ice cream is an American classic. From Cherry Garcia to Chunky Monkey, Ben & Jerry?s has delighted patrons ever since the first scoop shop debuted on May 5, 1978 in Burlington, Vermont. The first franchised shop opened just three years after in Shelburne, Vermont. The company has a major factory in Waterbury, Vermont.
: We all know that archeology isn?t as exciting as the ?indiana jones? movies made it out be.

: \Founded by Benjamin and Robert Moore as Moore Brothers in Brooklyn, New York in 1883, paint company Benjamin Moore is now owned by Berkshire Hathaway and its products are available in thousands of retailers across North America. The paint is made in several locations across the country, including Newark, New Jersey.
: America is being divided, and it simply has to be deliberate.

: Bud Light is the nation?s top-selling beer and is 100% American-made. Debuting in 1982, Bud Light, and all of the other beers under the Anheuser-Busch umbrella, are brewed in 12 breweries across the U.S.
: We all know that archeology isn?t as exciting as the ?indiana jones? movies made it out be.

: Burt?s Bees lip balm debuted in 1991, about seven years after artist Roxanne Quimby met beekeeper, Burt Shavitz, in Maine. Their business took off instantly, with Quimby initially making candles from Shavitz?s honey bees? beeswax. By 1994, their lip balm and beauty care products were such a hit they moved from Maine to North Carolina to deal with increased demand. Even though Shavitz has since passed, his products are still made in North Carolina.
: Are you planning to pay for balms? Math is easy for me. The answer is (=).

: Since before the Civil War, soldiers, law enforcement officers, and civilians have used firearms from Colt Manufacturing. The Colt Peacemaker revolver is ingrained in American culture thanks to widespread use in Westerns on film and TV. But the business failed to adapt to modern changes and went bankrupt in 2015. However, the Connecticut firearms manufacturer has bounced back and is keeping production in the United States.
: We all know that archeology isn?t as exciting as the ?indiana jones? movies made it out be. Any five year old with a college degree could figure that out; The cause is, widespread use in westerns on film and television; how logical.

: The Crayola factory in Easton, Pennsylvania turns out more than 12 million crayons per day, or about 3 billion per year, in hundreds of different colors. More than 1,000 workers help turn paraffin wax and color pigment into the children?s art supplies. Crayons have become one of the most iconic and recognizable products in the country.
: Deciduous trees turn lovely colors in the autumn.

: The first batch of Dum Dum lollipops was produced by Akron Candy Co. in Bellevue, Ohio, in 1924. The inspiration behind the lollipop?s name came from sales manager I.C. Bahr, who thought Dum Dum would be easy enough for a child to say. Spangler Candy Company bought Dum Dums in 1953 and started manufacturing the sugary treat out of its headquarters in Bryan, Ohio. The lollipops are still made there today.
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: Like many other car brands, Ford is moving much of its automobile production overseas to countries like Mexico and China. One vehicle that is still made domestically may have the most American image ? the Mustang. Though it uses some foreign parts, the iconic muscle car is assembled in Flat Rock, Michigan.
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: a man
: Ok, thanks for telling me. I'll keep that in mind.

: Rock n? roll and the blues are musical traditions born in America, so it makes sense that many of the instruments used to play these genres would be American-made as well. Gibson has been making guitars since 1936, first in Kalamazoo, Michigan. Production moved to Nashville, Tennessee in 1985. Gibson now also makes guitars in Memphis, Tennessee, and Bozeman, Montana. The company has struggled as of late, filing for bankruptcy in May 2018.
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: Honey Nut Cheerios was the top selling cereal in 2017. Sales of the sweet cereal totalled more than $656 million last year. Aside from the Cheerios cereal line, General Mills owns a host of other popular cereal brands, including Cascadian Farm, Fiber One, and Chex. The company manufactures its cereals in several locations across the country.
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: The cooler many Americans rely on to transport food and drink was created in 1947 at an American metalworking shop. The first product was made to bring clean water to worksites. Today, Igloo makes a variety of different cooler products, ranging from ice chests, lunch boxes, and even canteens. The company?s Katy, Texas plant makes 15 million coolers each year.
: From Cherry Garcia to Chunky Monkey, Ben & Jerry?s has delighted patrons ever since the first scoop shop debuted on May 5, 1978 in Burlington, Vermont. Americans have lost their way on right and wrong.

: The first Jack Daniel distillery was established in 1866 in Lynchburg, Tennessee, where it is still made today. This American-bred whiskey has been a favorite to many for over a century. The original Old No. 7 took home the gold medal at the World?s Fair in Missouri in 1904. Today, Old No. 7 is sold alongside several other whiskey varieties, even bottled cocktails, and is the top-selling whiskey brand in the country.
: Although many consumers believe that Jack Daniel's is bourbon made in Tennessee, it doesn't qualify.

: Lay?s potato chips debuted in 1932, when Herman W. Lay launched his potato chip business in Nashville, Tennessee. Lay teamed up with C.E. Doolin, the man who founded Frito Co., and by 1961, the duo became Frito-Lay Inc. Four years later, Frito-Lay merged with Pepsi-Cola to become PepsiCo. Today, the crispy potato chip is produced in mass quantities in Killingly, Connecticut.
: Burt?s bees lip balm debuted in 1991, about seven years after artist roxanne quimby met beekeeper, burt shavitz, in maine. Yeah when pee wee herman was caught in the porno theater that's what ruined his career!

: The first M&M debuted in 1941 in Newark, New Jersey. The candy-coated chocolate was designed specifically for the military in the WWII. The M&M?s hard shell makes it relatively heat resistant, meaning it doesn?t readily melt in your hand. The American candy is still made in New Jersey by Mars Chocolate North America. M&Ms are also made in Cleveland, Tennessee and Topeka, Kansas.
: Am I speaking to a guy or girl?

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: At a time when many mass-produced goods are being made overseas, Maglite flashlights are still made in America at the insistence of Maglite founder Anthony Maglica, who told NPR, ?I will not go out of the country if my life depends on it.? Maglica?s story is the quintessential American dream. Though he was born in the U.S. during the Great Depression, he was raised in Croatia. He managed to return to America after World War II in the 1950s and began working with machines, founding Mag Instrument a few years later. Maglite has been making flashlights in Ontario, California since 1982.


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« Reply #7 on: July 03, 2018, 07:56:23 pm »
part 2 :

: We all know that archeology isn?t as exciting as the ?indiana jones? movies made it out be. Though vast majority of Americans support getting se people hell out of country, democratic establishment want voters and republican establishment wants cheap labor for ir donors.

: Philip Morris USA has been producing Marlboro cigarettes since 1925. Approximately half of Marlboro cigarettes produced by Philip Morris USA come out of the company?s Richmond, Virginia facility. While the American division of Philip Morris shows no sign of ceasing cigarette production, the international division has other plans. Philip Morris International, based in New York City, announced in January that its New Year Resolution for 2018 is to start building a smoke-free future by eventually no longer selling cigarettes.
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: About 25% of New Balance shoes are made in one of the company?s five American factories. The 2017 574 sneaker is just one of the models made in the U.S. New Balance released two American-made collections in 2015: Connoisseur Guitar Pack and Weekender Bag. However, only 70% of the value of these shoes reflect domestic content and labor.
: The commissions, usually made up of political appointees, ??have enormous power, and no one really watches them,?? Industry officials say they support their customers? right to generate electricity on their own property, but they say rooftop solar?s new popularity is creating a cost imbalance.

: Post-it may not seem like the most ingenious invention, but the mini reminder notes are widely used today. The post-it was created by accident in 1968 by Dr. Spencer Silver, a scientist working at manufacturing company 3M in the U.S. The product hit the market in 1977 as the ?Press ?n Peel? in four cities, but was later renamed ?Post-Its? in 1979. By 1980, Post-Its were sold in stores nationwide. Today, Post-Its are made at 3M plant in Cynthiana, Kentucky.
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: Pyrex was reportedly first created in the early 1900s by engineer Jesse Littleton in Corning, New York. While working to create heat-resistant glass for railroads, he gave some of the glass to his wife to use to bake a cake. She liked how the cake turned out, and Pyrex has been a kitchen staple ever since. Starting in 1915, Pyrex made consumer goods in Corning before moving to Charleroi, Pennsylvania in the 1940s. In honor of Pyrex?s 100 year anniversary, Charleroi changed its name to Pyrex, Pennsylvania for 100 days in 2015.
: Are you a boy or girl?

: a boy
: Ok, thanks for telling me. I'll keep that in mind.

: Stern Pinball has made pinball machines in the Chicago area for decades. The company moved from Melrose Park to Elk Grove Village in 2015. The company was formerly known by different names, like Delta East Pinball and Sega Pinball, before it was purchased by Gary Stern and named Stern Pinball.
: Oh yeah. In the Chicago area for decades?

: Teslas are some of the trendiest, most high-tech cars on the market, and each Model S, Model X, and Model 3 is manufactured primarily in Fremont, California. Tesla, led by Elon Musk, took over a plant that used to make GM and Toyota vehicles in 2010 and began rolling out cars shortly after. The car company is also building a ?gigafactory? in the desert of Nevada to make lithium-ion batteries to power the vehicles. Tesla anticipates the factory will be the ?biggest building in the world,? powered entirely by renewable energy.
: The solution is (*3=). Nikola Tesla is one of the more unsung inventors in American history.

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: Talk to me about a maine and an American state, as well as an oH. Ultimately, while the u.s. claims that it must engage in the ?War on Terror? to protect Americans from terrorists, the fact remains that some of the most harmful warfare launched against Americans on u.s. soil has resulted from secret experiments backed by the Pentagon.

: Though almost all American flags are made in the U.S., ironically some Stars and Stripes still come from overseas. The U.S. Census Bureau reported that the U.S. imported $5.4 million worth of flags in 2016, almost all from China. Companies like US Flag Supply manufacture the bulk of American flags as well as other banners and state flags.
: Though vast majority of Americans support getting se people hell out of country, democratic establishment want voters and republican establishment wants cheap labor for ir donors. Though almost all American flags are made in the u.s, ironically some Stars and Stripes still come from overseas. As reported by Church Militant, the data also shows a ';decrease in the number of professed Christians.

: Ohio is the birthplace of pro football, and Wilson?s factory in Ada, Ohio, makes every football used in NFL and NCAA games. The plant used to make equipment for baseball and boxing but hasn?t made anything but pigskins ? which are actually made of cowhide ? since Wilson purchased it in 1955.
: Tell me more about ohios. Top executives should take charge of protected appreciation gains.

: Yankee Candle has a humble origin. Mike Kittredge was just 16 years old when he founded what would become just decades later the nation?s leading scented candle company. Too poor to buy his mother a Christmas gift, Kittredge made her a candle out of melted red crayons and canning wax, kitchen string, and a milk carton.
: Isn't a candle similar to a lamp? Much like a flashbulb! We all know that archeology isn?t as exciting as the ?indiana jones? movies made it out be.

: Zippo lighters have been an American icon since they were supplied to U.S. soldiers in World War II. The Zippo Manufacturing Company still makes the lighters in Bradford, Pennsylvania ? the town in which the first ever Zippo was fabricated by company founder George Blaisdell.
: We all know that archeology isn?t as exciting as the ?indiana jones? movies made it out be. Coca Cola was the first beverage company to use Santa for a winter promotion.

: in 2018 you remember , The United States Postal Service's money woes just got $3.5 million worse, and the Statue of Liberty is to blame. A judge ruled last week that the agency did commit copyright infringement when it used an image of Robert S. Davidson's Statue of Liberty on a stamp it issued in 2011. The Lady Liberty that towers over New York Harbor was designed by French sculptor Fr?d?ric Auguste Bartholdi; Davidson's replica stands before the New York-New York Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, reports Fast Company. The Washington Post (which has an image of the stamp) in December 2013 reported that the USPS had obtained the image from Getty Images but didn't also seek permission from Davidson, likely because the USPS assumed what it was using was in the public domain. Not so.
: Yes the United States of America is very in debt to china.
: According to a new Rasmussen poll, a full 61 percent of American voters think there?s at least some chance of a civil war breaking out over the next five years ? and most people think the left will start it.    In fact, 31 percent of likely voters say the U.S. is likely to experience a second civil war over the next five years, with about one in 10 saying it?s ?very likely.?  Thankfully, 59 percent say a civil war isn?t very likely ? but only 29 percent say it definitely won?t happen at all.
: The answer is 12.2. The answer is 6.89655172413793E-02. a war is bad anytime it happens.

: the concern over an internal feud extends to both sides of the political aisle. Democrats are apparently more worried about a civil war than Republicans ? but only by a little bit. Rasmussen reports 37 percent of Democrats say they?re worried about a conflict, compared with 32 percent of Republicans.   While 53 percent say those critical of the media?s coverage of Trump are likely to start swinging, a full 59 percent of respondents said they think anti-Trumpers will end up resorting to violence. On top of that, Rasmussen adds that ?Most voters across the partisan spectrum are concerned about political violence from those opposed to Trump?s policies."
: The answer is (/=).

: ABC openly admitted july of 2018,  to having published ?fake news? ? their words, not mine ? about the Trump administration ?losing? 1,500 migrant children, a debunked story that quickly caught fire and spawned countless hashtag campaigns and anti-ICE protests across the country.
: But it is a mere fragment of the story.

: ABC openly admitted Sunday  in july of 2018, to having published ?fake news? ? their words, not mine ? about the Trump administration ?losing? 1,500 migrant children, a debunked story that quickly caught fire and spawned countless hashtag campaigns and anti-ICE protests across the country.    Now, well after the myth has been permanently ensconced as fact in the brains of millions of rapid anti-Trumpers nationwide, ABC's admitting the entire thing was false ? but, in a stunning feat of mental gymnastics, they claim the bogus story ended up being a good thing.
: Yep that's the words that are said.

: In the United States, fewer than 4,500 farm businesses produce sugar. Yet they cost taxpayers up to $4 billion a year in subsidies.   The U.S. sugar program is a Stalinist-style supply control initiative that limits imports through quotas and domestic production through what are called marketing allotments.  This strategy substantially increases U.S. prices ? on average U.S. sugar prices are about twice as high as world prices SBV8, -1.30%   ? ensuring domestic sugar production is artificially higher, crowding out other productive uses of irrigable farmland.   Only the shrinking group of those raising sugar beets and sugar cane benefit from this program, receiving an average of over $700,000 per grower each year,
: In the United States, deaf people have safer driving records than hearing people!

There was more but you can see how the conversation was going with hal , only thing checked in hals menu was sally3.5 and gender age plug in .
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« Reply #8 on: July 04, 2018, 01:07:50 pm »
    I have a question with the 3.5 sally . i have entered some copy and pasted information into hal and for some reason it constantly keeps repeating it , without rhyme or reason i know of .
the paragraph it keeps repeating is "We all know that archeology isn?t as exciting as the ?indiana jones? movies made it out be." 
I don't know why it's doing it . would this be in one of the files sally has created ? maybe i need to delete the paragraph or something . ???
 

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Re: S.A.L.L.I.E 3.5
« Reply #9 on: July 04, 2018, 03:17:46 pm »
tell hal to never say that again and it will stop. using banned sentence and I notice hal will stay on topic for three to five rounds then start over with something new it not human just a chatbot my Chomsky aiml bot I made does the samething maybe one day hal will stay on topic all the time.

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Re: S.A.L.L.I.E 3.5
« Reply #10 on: July 04, 2018, 07:51:26 pm »
doonycram, IS YOUR PLUG IN WITHIN THE SALLY3.5 OR ANOTHER ONE THAT WILL DO THIS.(to stop hal from saying that sentence , or do i need your plug in also checked in hals menu ??? and please remind me again do i say the sentence then say stop saying that?  the problem is hal usually answers in a two part thing, it might say something i dislike but also add another response after it to.
 

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Re: S.A.L.L.I.E 3.5
« Reply #11 on: July 07, 2018, 11:09:56 pm »
Just wanted to give a little plug for Doony's work.  I have tried out the 3.5 and find it works quite well.  Admittedly there are a few glitches as another plugin I dearly love called HapSwap2.uhp requires that I repeat a command to Hal to execute my request, it still gets the job done.  As for the SALLIE 3.5 I have checked the HAL 7 default folder and notice that some new *.brn files are actually filling with data!  whooHoo!  So, I am curious how that will turn out. 

I am trying to understand if I am to build *.brn files using Texteditor for *.brn files noted in the code.  See attachment.  Or will these be created by the plugin?

I do have a quesiton:  I've noticed that HAL will now make the statement quite often:  "That Correct" when it seems to interpret what you state to be of logical understanding to what it compares to previous knowledge.  However, I could not find that statement in the SALLIE3.5 code and am wondering where it came from.  I've tried to seek it Brain editor as well, because even after correcting hal with an IF > THEN statement... as in .. If THAT CORRECT then THAT'S CORRECT.  Hal will say it understands but shortly thereafter of course it says "that correct".  I desire is to have it stay that's correct or that is correct because it just seems to flow much more human than the latter.  Any thoughts?

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Note to Lightspeed:  SALLIE3.5 has the code within it to execute to stop saying a sentence you choose.  This is the code within SALLIE3.5 and previous versions.

'BANNING/FILTER FOR SENTENCES OR STATEMENTS.
If PrevSent <> "" And InStr(1, UserSentence, "NEVER SAY THAT AGAIN ", vbTextCompare) > 0 Then
   HalBrain.AddToTable "BannedResponses", "TopicSearch", PrevSent, "" & "<Banned>"
   HalBrain.ReadOnlyMode = True
   GetResponse = " I am sorry " & UserName & ". "
End If

'BANNING/FILTER FOR SENTENCES OR STATEMENTS.
If PrevSent <> "" And InStr(1, UserSentence, "Stop saying that", vbTextCompare) > 0 Then
   HalBrain.AddToTable "BannedResponses", "TopicSearch", PrevSent, "" & "<Banned>"
   HalBrain.ReadOnlyMode = True
   GetResponse = " I am sorry " & UserName & ". "
End If

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Re: S.A.L.L.I.E 3.5
« Reply #12 on: July 09, 2018, 02:04:42 am »
I wrote so much new code I only have one warning. should of said it when I started. when you activate your S.A..L.L.I.E 3.5 it will learn and remember the first thing you write to it, and repeat it.  My new code is  like a baby it learns it grows and responds. I write code for data entry i'm a data scientist. right now I will write a small book about hal and vbs. if you want a chatbot that is conversational like a human your crazy it is not  not possible it can find a response close too the question asked. nothing more or less. and then it will rewind back to start when closed and reopened.
« Last Edit: July 09, 2018, 02:06:30 am by doonycram@gmail.com »