There are several "operators" available:
special pattern matching:
^ match start
= exact match
pass 1 scan operators:
" output to stderr
' output to stdout
1-9 weights are the numerals.
% include the rest of the response.
Some special notes:
#,',",weights, and the first ( must be in column one. )
Syntax of a simple pattern match:
( A | B & C ~ ( D | E | F))
The above would mean if A or B and C and-not D or E or F was in the
sentence then pick one of the responses.
The responses take on the form:
9this is most likely
However, when a response is triggered, its weight is decreased by one.
Since the above makes little sense, an example will illustrate the use of
Chat databases better.
#change the above line if the chat executable is somewhere else.
#an example of a "Chat" database
"this will be printed to stderr
'this will be printed to stdout (apple & ( orange | lemon ) ~ pine cones)
9You must have a citrus fruit and an apple. 3you do not have a pine cone but you have an apple.
2what was % suppose to mean? (=your sentence matches this one exactly)
2you are unimaginative. 9you lack imagination.