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  • I derived a rough "word programming" language from c++ 6.0.

    Basic rules for programming in words:

    1. Do not kill.
    2. Do not make life.
    3. Follow law.
    4. Respect nature.
    5. Be curteous.

    Its scary what you could do with word programming if you weren't following these rules!
    And be curteous is important for the "adult conspiracy" (controlling porn, etc) as well as helping disabled or mentally challenged people.

    From c++ you can derive function from a dictionary and thesaurus and program in words - people can do this at home in fact - I have - and it need rules badly!


    • Moved by Fei Hu Tuesday, January 16, 2018 9:46 AM
    Friday, January 12, 2018 11:12 PM

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  • Hello,

    Is there a purpose to this post e.g. a question???


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    Friday, January 12, 2018 11:55 PM
  • The question is: Is there a set of instructions available or in place for limiting the results of word programming?
    Saturday, January 13, 2018 6:20 PM
  • Sorry, that didn't help much. I don't understand what you're looking for ...

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    Sunday, January 14, 2018 2:35 AM
  • should I (in my word programming) just type in these instructions or has someone explored programming that controls devices have came up with a set of instructions (complex or not / word programming or not) to achieve these goals - i really want it because programming a device like a control for a turret that can pick up even a visual of the area would reduce harm to employees for example. I would be expecting a check on risk areas in the visual so it would pause the turret for example for safety using word programming - ex: "pause turret when people are within 1 foot" as a group of instructions to "not kill" or reduce risk of people. my word programming i use can break down live visuals (not very fast but...) and achieve this with that instruction but i would like to see a complete structure of safeguards. I've been building mine for a few years and see it a large task if done in small parts. I use these 5 rules and i still have the occasional EM emission that is harmful (on a meter) and slow response (my word programming on a p4 quad core is not too fast).

    • Edited by Lor_Sojourn Sunday, January 14, 2018 2:51 AM
    Sunday, January 14, 2018 2:50 AM
  • Are you asking about getting a computer to understand what you are saying and to respond to your voice commands? See, for Microsoft programmers, when you say "Word Programming" we usually think you are asking about Microsoft Word, the word processing program. The term "word programming" is very uncommon. The term that is commonly used for what you seem to be talking about is "speech recognition". Also "natural language" is a type of Artificial Intelligence that specializes in making the computer able to understand human words and communication. Does all that sound like the type of thing you are talking about?


    Sam Hobbs
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    Sunday, January 14, 2018 4:57 AM
  • Are you familiar with Isaac Asimov's "Three Laws of Robotics"? They are from a series of short science fiction stories written by Isaac Asimov about half a century ago and are quite famous. The series is known as "I, Robot". It sounds like you will really enjoy the stories. Avoid modern versions; authors seem to think they can improve good stories by making them more dramatic and instead they destroy the good story.


    Sam Hobbs
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    Sunday, January 14, 2018 5:14 AM
  • Hey Sam, I *loved* Asimov ... I read most of his books (and "I, Robot" was great!), but that was probably almost 30 years ago!  Jeez, I'm getting old!! 

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    Sunday, January 14, 2018 6:09 AM
  • Hello Lor_Sojourn,

    Based on your description, I am afraid that the issue is out of support of C# General Question forum which mainly discusses C# programming language, IDE, libraries, samples and tools.

    If I have misunderstood anything, please feel free to let me know.

    Best regards,

    Bob


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    Tuesday, January 16, 2018 9:45 AM
  • Are you asking about getting a computer to understand what you are saying and to respond to your voice commands? See, for Microsoft programmers, when you say "Word Programming" we usually think you are asking about Microsoft Word, the word processing program. The term "word programming" is very uncommon. The term that is commonly used for what you seem to be talking about is "speech recognition". Also "natural language" is a type of Artificial Intelligence that specializes in making the computer able to understand human words and communication. Does all that sound like the type of thing you are talking about?


    Sam Hobbs
    SimpleSamples.Info

    This is what i was referring to - and i use these 5 rules in my 'word programming' to limit it - but it is expecially slow - i was hoping someone would have a more complex but faster running set of limitizing instructions for achieving this. the angle i took is what i'm looking for - its just very slow :(
    Tuesday, January 16, 2018 5:49 PM