[Haskell-cafe] Interactive chatbot
gcross at phys.washington.edu
Wed Nov 4 17:25:44 EST 2009
The library at
might solve your problem.
On Nov 4, 2009, at 2:21 PM, Torsten Otto wrote:
> My students have the task to program an interactive chatbot. We have
> run into a problem that I can't solve either:
> When we read the user's input through
> > t <- getLine
> it is not possible to delete typos before hitting enter and thereby
> sending the input off to the system (at least in OS X, bash). I
> didn't find that terribly problematic, but of course it is a bit of
> a show stopper from their point of view.
> The input is then used to generate a reply in purely functional
> code, and the reply sent to the command line via putStr. Is there a
> more clever way to interact with the user that would allow editing
> ones text before sending it to the bot?
> I guess we could try with a website, but don't know off hand how to
> do that, either, although I've seen beautiful webservers made in
> Torsten Otto
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