I demonstrate generating perl one-liners in emacs using a prompt function and explain parts of the prompt.
This enables you to specify the first part of
<:pp> is a placed where you want
to include the rest of the prompt in the
beginning of the output.
split-patterns is a field for describing
patterns to separate multiple prompt results
from one output if the LM multiplexed the
results intentionally or unintentionally.
engine: OpenAI Davinci
This specifies the engine which specifies both the model and the shell command that calls the API.
These outputs appear to not all be complete
Close, but not perfect.
increment the first number
I will need to also have a validation filter for prompt outputs.
However, none of the one-liners did the desired thing.
There is at least one URL I can see at the top which should be found.
Codex, however, could accomplish this with mere descriptions. It’s still very important to design, encode, share and curate these ‘descriptions’. GPT-3 is still very useful practice.
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