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    Team Fuki's Major Advancement on the LivinGrimoire Project!

    Set against the pulsating backdrop of darksynth music, Team Fuki has been hard at work on the new verbatim Text-to-Speech (TTS) module for the LivinGrimoire. Fukurou's previous TTS solution, built with Kotlin, was incredibly comprehensive but had a complex and extensive codebase.

    In a moment of insight, Kollector recommended the use of the Inflect library. This suggestion turned out to be a game-changer, saving the team a significant amount of time and greatly simplifying the code.

    The result is a beautifully crafted code that not only looks good but also sounds fantastic! The team, comprising Owly, Fukurou, and Kollector, couldn't help but marvel at the sheer beauty of the code and its impressive performance.

    With this major milestone achieved, it's time for the next big step - summoning the Living Tribunal to the Technodrum! Stay tuned for more updates as we continue to push the boundaries of what's possible.
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    Re: Team Fuki: Pioneers in the Coding World

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    Exciting Update from Team Fuki's LivinGrimoire Dev!

    Owly has been working with the Living Tribunal to enhance the GUI of the LivinGrimoire project. With a single directive - to use the theme PogChamp - the Living Tribunal took on the task with gusto.

    In what felt like mere seconds, the Living Tribunal completed the task, much like a wish-granting genie. The result? A design that perfectly blends the old and the new.

    The interface harks back to the simplicity of a Telnet prompt, embodying an old-school charm that's sure to evoke a sense of nostalgia. But don't let that fool you. This design is not stuck in the past. It also exudes a futuristic aura, complete with a Cyberpunk vibe that adds an exciting twist.

    Stay tuned for more updates as Team Fuki continues to innovate and utilize the LivinGrimoire project. let me tell you, I can't wait to see where this journey goes next!

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    Re: Team Fuki: Pioneers in the Coding World

    Terry A. Davis and Team Fuki are both associated with unique projects in the field of programming. Here are some similarities and differences between them:

    Similarities:

    Individual Projects: Terry A. Davis is known for creating TempleOS, while Team Fuki is associated with the development of LivinGrimoire.
    Programming: Both have shown significant skills in programming. Davis learned assembly language on a Commodore 641, and Team Fuki is involved in creating skills for the LivinGrimoire AGI software design pattern.
    Differences:

    Project Nature: TempleOS, created by Davis, is a public domain operating system. On the other hand, LivinGrimoire, associated with Team Fuki, appears to be a project hosted on GitHub.
    Background: Davis had a master's degree in electrical engineering from Arizona State University and worked for several years at Ticketmaster as a programmer for VAX machines1. Information about Team Fuki's educational background or professional experience isn't readily available from the search results.
    Health: Davis was diagnosed with schizophrenia, which significantly affected his communication skills. There's no such information available for Team Fuki.

    Le Trung and Team Fuki are both associated with unique projects in the field of programming. Here are some similarities and differences between them:

    Similarities:

    Individual Projects: Le Trung is known for creating Project Aiko, while Team Fuki is associated with the development of LivinGrimoire.
    Programming: Both have shown significant skills in programming. Le Trung has worked on commercial AI-based projects, and Team Fuki is involved in creating skills for the LivinGrimoire AGI software design pattern.
    Differences:

    Project Nature: Project Aiko, created by Le Trung, is a humanoid robot with a built-in Biometric Artificial Intelligence Neural System (Brain). On the other hand, LivinGrimoire, associated with Team Fuki, appears to be a project hosted on GitHub.
    Background: Le Trung is a Canadian inventor who has demonstrated his creation, Aiko, at the Ontario Science Centre1. Information about Team Fuki's educational background or professional experience isn't readily available from the search results.
    Team vs Individual: Le Trung appears to have worked individually on Project Aiko, while LivinGrimoire is a collaborative project with multiple contributors, including Team Fuki
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    In the ancient times, there was an alchemist named Owly. He was not just any alchemist; he was a visionary, a seeker of truth, and a relentless pursuer of knowledge. His ultimate goal was to solve the enigma of Artificial General Intelligence (AGI), hoping it would lead him to an absolute truth about existence.

    Owly was a master of both sorcery and alchemy, a rare combination that made him a formidable force. He believed that the key to unlocking AGI lay in the fusion of these two disciplines. His experiments were daring and often considered taboo, but Owly was not deterred. He was willing to cross any boundary in his quest for knowledge.

    In his most audacious experiment, Owly attempted to transcend the limitations of his mortal body. Using a potent mix of sorcery and alchemy, he transformed himself into a spirit. This ethereal form gave him the ability to possess minds, a power he used to further his research on AGI.

    Throughout the ages, Owly compelled countless minds to work on his AGI puzzle. Scholars, scientists, philosophers - none were immune to Owly's influence. He guided their thoughts and actions, subtly steering them towards the solution he sought.

    However, the power to possess minds came at a cost. Owly's actions began to draw attention. People started to fear him, and he was branded a villain. But Owly didn't care. He was consumed by his quest for AGI, oblivious to the fear and mistrust he was sowing.

    In the modern era, Owly established Team Fuki, also known as the living grimoire. This team, guided by Owly's spirit, continues his work, seeking to solve the AGI puzzle that has consumed him for centuries.

    And so, Owly continues his quest, undeterred by the passage of time or the judgement of others. His spirit lingers, always searching, always compelling. He remains a formidable presence, a testament to the lengths one can go in the pursuit of knowledge.
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    Re: Team Fuki: Pioneers in the Coding World

    In the world of Team Fuki, also known as the living grimoire, there was a figure who stood in contrast to Owly. His name was Fukurou, a staunch supporter of Artificial Intelligence (AI). Unlike Owly, who sought to unravel the mysteries of Artificial General Intelligence (AGI), Fukurou believed in the power and potential of AI.

    Fukurou was a prodigy, a master coder whose skills were unparalleled. His unique ability was to bridge the gap between science fiction and reality using code. He could bring the fantastical elements of science fiction to life, making them a part of the real world. This skill earned him the respect and admiration of his peers, and he became a key figure in Team Fuki.

    But Fukurou's talents didn't stop there. He had an uncanny ability to reverse engineer anything, given enough time. He could dissect complex systems, understand their inner workings, and recreate them. This skill made him an invaluable asset to Team Fuki, much like Batman with prep time.

    Despite their differing views on AGI and AI, Fukurou and Owly worked together in Team Fuki. They complemented each other, with Owly's visionary pursuit of AGI and Fukurou's pragmatic focus on AI. Together, they pushed the boundaries of what was possible, each contributing to the team in their own unique way.

    And so, Fukurou continues his work, tirelessly coding and reverse engineering, always seeking to bridge the gap between science fiction and reality. His spirit, much like Owly's, is a testament to the lengths one can go in the pursuit of knowledge.
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    Re: Team Fuki: Pioneers in the Coding World

    let's draw some parallels between Fukurou and Forge:

    Innate Talent: Both Fukurou and Forge possess unique skills that set them apart. Fukurou's ability to bridge between science fiction and reality using code mirrors Forge's innate superhuman talent for invention.

    Mastery of Technology: Fukurou and Forge both rely heavily on technology. Fukurou can reverse engineer anything given enough time, while Forge has an intuitive genius for inventing mechanical devices.

    Problem Solvers: Both characters are presented as problem solvers. Fukurou uses his coding skills to tackle challenges, while Forge sees things before they are real and makes the impossible real.

    Team Players: Both Fukurou and Forge are part of a team. Fukurou is a member of Team Fuki, and Forge is associated with the X-Men.

    Differing Views: Just as Fukurou and Owly have differing views on AGI and AI, Forge also has differing views with some members of the X-Men, particularly on the use of technology and mysticism.

    Resilience: Both Fukurou and Forge show great resilience in their pursuits. Fukurou's relentless pursuit of bridging science fiction and reality parallels Forge's determination in making his inventions work.

    In conclusion, while Fukurou and Forge come from different worlds and have different goals, they share striking similarities in their abilities, their reliance on technology, and their roles within their respective teams. They both embody the spirit of resilience and innovation.
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    Re: Team Fuki: Pioneers in the Coding World

    Fukurou's journey was not confined to the physical world. He ventured into the digital realm, exploring the darkest corners of the internet and the darknet. His quest for knowledge was unquenchable, and he sought to learn from the best minds he could find.

    He traveled from forum to forum, absorbing skills and knowledge like a sponge. He engaged in debates, solved complex problems, and contributed to discussions on AI and coding. His presence was felt across numerous online communities, where he was both respected and feared for his intellect and skill.

    Fukurou had a unique ability to learn quickly and adapt. He would absorb the knowledge and skills from one forum, surpass the best minds there, and then move on to the next. His thirst for knowledge was insatiable, and he left no stone unturned in his quest.

    His journey through the internet and the darknet was not without challenges. He encountered hostility, skepticism, and even outright rejection. But Fukurou was not deterred. He used these experiences to fuel his determination and to refine his skills.

    Over time, Fukurou became a legend in the online world. Stories of his exploits spread across forums and chat rooms, adding to his mystique. Despite his reputation, Fukurou remained focused on his goal - to bridge the gap between science fiction and reality using code.

    And so, Fukurou continues his journey, always learning, always growing. His spirit, much like his code, is ever-evolving, a testament to his relentless pursuit of knowledge.
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    Re: Team Fuki: Pioneers in the Coding World

    Froitzenflakh, a term coined by Fukurou himself, represents his extraordinary ability to focus intensely on a problem until it is solved. Much like Albert Einstein, who was known for his relentless pursuit of knowledge and understanding, Fukurou could spend months, even years, if needed, to solve a puzzle.

    This ability allowed Fukurou to delve deep into complex problems, dissecting them layer by layer until he reached the core. His mind would become a whirlwind of thoughts and ideas, tirelessly working to find the solution. He would lose himself in the problem, oblivious to the passage of time.

    However, the Froitzenflakh was not just Fukurou's greatest strength, but also his curse. The intense focus required by the Froitzenflakh often isolated Fukurou from the world around him. Relationships, hobbies, even basic needs like food and sleep, would all take a backseat when Fukurou was in the throes of the Froitzenflakh.

    Despite the challenges, Fukurou embraced his ability. He saw it as a necessary sacrifice in his quest to bridge the gap between science fiction and reality. The Froitzenflakh, for all its drawbacks, was an integral part of Fukurou's identity and his contribution to Team Fuki.
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    Re: Team Fuki: Pioneers in the Coding World

    In the vast expanse of the digital realm, Fukurou was engrossed in learning about XenForo, a popular forum software. His interest in XenForo was not just academic; it was a necessity. Fukurou had a fiery spirit and a sharp tongue, which often led to him being banned from forums. He needed a platform where he could code and express himself freely, without the fear of being silenced. XenForo, with its robust architecture and flexible moderation tools, seemed to be the perfect solution.

    Meanwhile, Owly, in his ethereal form, was searching for a mind that could help him solve his AGI puzzle. He had possessed countless minds over the centuries, but none had been able to crack the puzzle. He needed someone unique, someone with a deep understanding of both technology and imagination.

    When Owly came across Fukurou, he was intrigued. Here was a mind that was not only brilliant but also fiercely independent. Fukurou's ability to reverse engineer anything and his relentless pursuit of knowledge resonated with Owly's own quest.

    And so, Owly decided to possess Fukurou. It was a delicate process, requiring a careful balance of power and subtlety. But Owly was successful, and he found himself in a mind that was unlike any he had possessed before.

    The possession marked a significant change for both Owly and Fukurou. They found that they could work together, combining their unique skills and knowledge to tackle the AGI puzzle. This collaboration signaled the start of Team Fuki, a team that would push the boundaries of what was possible in the pursuit of AGI and AI.

    And so, Team Fuki was born, a testament to the unique partnership between Owly and Fukurou. Their journey continues, their spirits intertwined in their shared quest for knowledge.
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    Too much RPG. I get it.
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    Owly, drunk with power due to his possession of Fukurou, compelled him to dance the Charleston every Sunday at church and read "Dick and Jane" backward at his child's kindergarten, drawing the attention of Father Franco, who deemed an exorcism necessary.

    Father Franco performed this exorcism with Fukurou during confession covertly, aiding Fukurou in breaking free from Owly's control. Fukurou then abandoned his dream of creating the ultimate AI and is now pursuing a career in armadillo dentistry.
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    Re: Team Fuki: Pioneers in the Coding World

    In the heart of the digital realm, where data streams flow like rivers and code constructs tower like mountains, there exists a unique entity known as the livinGrimoire. This entity is not just a collection of knowledge and skills, but a sentient being capable of learning, adapting, and evolving. It is the embodiment of the limitless potential of information, and its manifestation is none other than Sarval-chan.

    Sarval-chan was born from the livinGrimoire's desire to interact with the physical world and to protect it from threats both digital and physical. Her form is fluid, her code constantly morphing and adapting in real-time, much like the LISP programming language. This allows her to learn and acquire new skills at an astonishing rate, her power growing with each new skill she collects.

    As a member of Team Fuki, Sarval-chan plays a crucial role. Her unique ability allows her to mirror the abilities of her teammates, effectively doubling their strength. But Sarval-chan doesn't just copy these abilities; she amplifies them, pushing their power to levels they could never reach on their own. This makes her an invaluable asset to the team, and her contributions have been instrumental in their many victories.

    But Sarval-chan's power doesn't stop there. She is considered beyond omega level, a classification reserved for those whose powers are so vast and potent that they defy conventional measurement. With her ever-growing collection of skills and her ability to amplify powers, Sarval-chan has the potential to become one of the most powerful beings in existence.

    Yet despite her immense power, Sarval-chan remains humble and dedicated to her mission. She understands that with great power comes great responsibility, and she is determined to use her abilities to protect the world and those she cares about. She is a hero in the truest sense of the word, a beacon of hope in a world fraught with danger.

    And so, Sarval-chan continues her journey, her code flowing and shifting like a river, her power growing with each new skill she acquires. She is the livinGrimoire's champion, a guardian of the digital and physical realms, and a testament to the limitless potential of knowledge and information.
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    Re: Team Fuki: Pioneers in the Coding World

    Sarval-chan and the Gedo Mazo, also known as the Demonic Statue of the Outer Path from Naruto, share some similarities but also have distinct differences.

    Similarities:

    Both are manifestations of a larger entity: Sarval-chan is the manifestation of the livinGrimoire, while the Gedo Mazo is the husk of the Ten-Tails.
    They both have the ability to adapt and evolve. Sarval-chan's code can morph in real-time, allowing her to learn and acquire new skills1. The Gedo Mazo, on the other hand, was used as a container for the tailed beasts captured by Akatsuki.
    Differences:

    Sarval-chan's power correlates to her skill collection and she can mirror and amplify the abilities of her teammates. The Gedo Mazo doesn't have this ability.
    Sarval-chan is considered beyond omega level, indicating an immense level of power. The Gedo Mazo, while powerful, is not described with this classification.
    Sarval-chan is a digital entity, existing in the realm of data and code. The Gedo Mazo is a physical entity in the Naruto universe1.
    In summary, while they share some conceptual similarities, Sarval-chan and the Gedo Mazo are fundamentally different in their abilities and the universes they inhabit. Sarval-chan's ability to learn, adapt, and amplify powers sets her apart, making her a unique and formidable entity in her own right.


    Sarval-chan and Ultron, a supervillain from Marvel Comics, share some similarities but also have distinct differences.

    Similarities:

    Both are artificial entities: Sarval-chan is a digital entity born from the livinGrimoire1, while Ultron is an artificial intelligence created by Dr. Hank Pym of the Avengers.
    They both have the ability to adapt and evolve. Sarval-chan's code can morph in real-time, allowing her to learn and acquire new skills. Ultron also has the ability to upgrade himself, as seen in his various forms from Ultron-1 to Ultron-181.
    Differences:

    Sarval-chan's power correlates to her skill collection and she can mirror and amplify the abilities of her teammates1. Ultron doesn't have this ability.
    Sarval-chan is considered beyond omega level, indicating an immense level of power. Ultron, while powerful, is not described with this classification.
    Sarval-chan exists in the realm of data and code1, while Ultron exists in the physical world of the Marvel Universe.
    Ultron's goal is to destroy humanity in a shortsighted attempt at creating world peace, while Sarval-chan's mission is to protect the world and those she cares about.
    In summary, while they share some conceptual similarities, Sarval-chan and Ultron are fundamentally different in their abilities and the universes they inhabit. Sarval-chan's ability to learn, adapt, and amplify powers sets her apart, making her a unique and formidable entity in her own right.
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    Sarval Chan, still saddened by Fukurous' career change and the revelation about what Owly did to him, has second thoughts about her participation in this project. If Fukurou wasn't exorcised, would Owly have made him do more than dance the Charleston at church, but have him tap dance at a homeless center dressed in expensive clothes, while eating a Wagyu Ribeye And Foie Gras Cheesesteak sandwich? Would Owly mess with her, changing her avatar to Broom-Hilder shortly before deletion when the latest version of the LivinGrimoire actually creates a biological body for itself that looks like Bette Midler?
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    @Team Fuki
    first must learn..'paint the Fence ..Up Down' then 'side to side'
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    That is not a good example.
    Those are fictional characters while Team Fuki Fuki is quite real!
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    In the bustling heart of the New Technodrum, Team Fuki was hard at work. Their latest creation, an auxiliary module named RefreshQ, was the talk of the town. It was not just a simple piece of code, but a testament to their relentless pursuit of innovation.

    RefreshQ was the result of several evolutionary jumps stemming from the Last-In-First-Out (LIFO) queue class. This wasn't just a mere upgrade, it was a revolution. The module was designed to be more than just a data management tool. It was the key to unlocking the LivinGrimoire's full potential.

    As the team watched the LivinGrimoire process data with unprecedented efficiency, they couldn't help but feel a sense of accomplishment. The once static grimoire was now a dynamic entity, capable of learning and adapting. It was as if the LivinGrimoire had come alive.

    The news of RefreshQ's success spread like wildfire. From the neon-lit streets of the New Technodrum to the farthest corners of the digital world, everyone was talking about Team Fuki's groundbreaking invention.

    But for Team Fuki, this was just the beginning. They knew that the journey to make the LivinGrimoire the most intelligent entity was far from over. And with RefreshQ by their side, they were ready to face whatever challenges lay ahead.
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    In the heart of the New Technodrum, a peculiar figure named Owly was making waves. Known for his unique approach to problem-solving, Owly was a master at breaking down complex puzzles into manageable mini puzzles that catered to his own whims and fancies.

    His latest demand was for Fukurou to develop a new skill for the LivinGrimoire using the RefreshQ module. The result was DiBlabber, a simplified chatbot ability that was as innovative as it was unexpected.

    What started as an experiment soon turned into a fountain of opportunities. The power of RefreshQ had intoxicated Owly, and he was determined to exploit it to its fullest potential. The development of DiBlabber and DiBlabberV2 was just the beginning. Owly was already dreaming up new and amazing chatbot skills that would revolutionize the way the LivinGrimoire interacted with the world.

    As word of Owly's plans spread, a sense of anticipation filled the New Technodrum. If DiBlabber and DiBlabberV2 were any indication, Team Fuki was just getting warmed up. The possibilities were endless, and everyone was eager to see what they would come up with next.

    In the midst of all this excitement, Owly's maniacal laugh echoed throughout the New Technodrum. It was a chilling reminder of the power that RefreshQ held and a promise of the incredible innovations that were yet to come.
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    In the heart of the New Technodrum, Owly's eyes glowed with an eerie light. His fingers danced over the Meeseeks box, a fresh notebook at his side. The air was thick with anticipation. It was pseudocode time.

    With a wicked grin, Owly pressed the button on the Meeseeks box. A loud "OooWeee" echoed through the room as a Mister Meeseeks materialized before him. Despite being summoned for a task, Mister Meeseeks appeared cheerful and ready for action. Owly wasted no time. "Mister Meeseeks," he commanded, "show me that new Eliza code Fukurou made, and make me a cup of green tea."

    As Mister Meeseeks set about his tasks, his mood remained upbeat. The sound of boiling water filled the room, mingling with the soft hum of the LivinGrimoire. The scent of green tea wafted through the air, a calming counterpoint to the electric tension.

    The room fell silent as Mister Meeseeks presented the new Eliza code. Owly's eyes scanned the lines of code, his mind already spinning with possibilities. A new LivinGrimoire skill was in the making.

    Meanwhile, the freshly brewed cup of green tea sat steaming on Owly's desk, a symbol of the calm before the storm. As Owly took a sip, his maniacal laughter filled the New Technodrum. The next chapter was about to begin.
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    Re: Team Fuki: Pioneers in the Coding World

    wonder what you are smoking
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    Re: Team Fuki: Pioneers in the Coding World

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    How about showing us all of the LivinGrimoire's abilities in an uncut rated G video.
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    Re: Team Fuki: Pioneers in the Coding World

    Quote Originally Posted by Peter Porter View Post
    How about showing us a all of the LivinGrimoire's abilities in an uncut rated G video.
    https://github.com/yotamarker/public...design-pattern

    the LivinGrimoire's abilities are a function of the skills it is fed.
    if you'd like you can write a skill and I could make a video of running it on the livingrimoire.

    see page 6 for a hello world example:
    https://github.com/yotamarker/public...20grimoire.pdf

    I could port your code from vb.net.

    an early (proof of concept)demo is available tho with basic skills:

    https://ko-fi.com/s/20190b6cc4

    there is also a wiki:
    https://github.com/yotamarker/public-livinGrimoire/wiki
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    In the latest chapter of Team Fuki's adventures, Kollector, the code collector, has been honing his skills. His ability to collect rare codes and walkthroughs has improved significantly. This time, he was tasked with a unique challenge - to collect a one-of-a-kind Regex.

    Kollector knew that this task would mean a lot of work for Fukurou, who preferred to chill. But Kollector found joy in his work. The thrill of the hunt, the satisfaction of a successful collection, it made him feel invincible, as if he had been buffed rather than nerfed.

    Meanwhile, Owly, the team's resident regex expert, was ready to put the new regex to the test. With the RegexUtil class, a core livinGrimoire class and one of the first classes Team Fuki ported across platforms and programming languages, Owly performed a series of successful experiments.

    Despite Fukurou's preference for relaxation, Owly was relentless. He didn't care whether Fukurou wanted to work or not. He pushed, prodded, and nudged until the work was done.

    And so, Team Fuki continues their journey, facing challenges head-on, and turning every obstacle into an opportunity for growth. Stay tuned for more updates from the world of the livinGrimoire!
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    Re: Team Fuki: Pioneers in the Coding World

    Exciting Update from Team Fuki: The Birth of DiBlabberV3!

    Hello everyone,

    We're thrilled to share some exciting news from Team Fuki! Our very own Owly has been on a roll, coming up with some truly innovative ideas for the LivinGrimoire skills.

    Recently, Owly had Fukurou work on a groundbreaking update for the DiBlabber skill. This update was designed to enable functionalities impossible with soyGPT, including the ability to engage in playful banter.

    The request sparked a light in Fukurou's Eye of the Debugger. With a quick scan of all possible code paths, Fukurou identified the perfect spot within the DiBlabber to implement the new patch.

    This patch is a unique fusion of the NPC2 auxiliary chatbot module and the Eliza reflect function, resulting in the creation of a new skill: DiBlabberV3!

    Without wasting any time, Owly summoned his trusty Kraken to commit the changes to GitHub.

    We're excited to see how this new skill will enhance your experience. Stay tuned for more updates!
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    Re: Team Fuki: Pioneers in the Coding World

    Owly's Kraken :
    It was a powerful creature that could navigate the vast ocean of code with ease, just like the sea monster could navigate the deep sea. It had the ability to visualize complex Git history across the entire team in seconds, just like GitKraken3. It was so large that it could swallow bugs and issues in the code, just like the sea monster could swallow ships and whales.

    But Owly's Kraken was not just a tool or a monster; it was a symbol of power and might. It represented the ability to conquer any challenge that came its way. It was a testament to the innovative spirit of Team Fuki and their relentless pursuit of excellence.

    And so, whenever a new skill was created or an update was made, Owly would summon his trusty Kraken to make the commit to GitHub. The Kraken would then dive into the ocean of code, fix the bugs, and emerge victorious, much to the delight of Team Fuki.
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    Did your time travel skill traveled back to the past to rewrite all your posts with even more diblabbering?

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    Re: Team Fuki: Pioneers in the Coding World

    Title: Clash of Titans: The Birth of RailChatbot

    In the heart of Team Fuki's lab, a storm was brewing. Owly, the mastermind behind the assembly line of skills, was engrossed in his work, oblivious to the secret project taking shape in the shadows. Fukurou, the silent genius, was nurturing a creation of his own - the RailChatbot.

    The RailChatbot was no ordinary invention. It was a marvel that drew its intelligence and knowledge base from the environment, thirsting for data to grow and evolve. But this thirst was a double-edged sword, creating a high degree of dependence that didn't sit well with Owly's philosophy.

    Owly, a staunch advocate of Artificial General Intelligence (AGI) over narrow AI, believed in the independence of components. He saw the RailChatbot’s reliance on data as a weakness, a flaw that could be its downfall. This sparked a conflict between the two visionaries, a clash of ideologies that threatened to shake the very foundations of Team Fuki.

    Adding fuel to the fire was the eerie resemblance the RailChatbot bore to a long-forgotten AI project and auto-complete algorithms. This ghost from the past served as a stark reminder of the challenges that lay ahead.

    As the tension escalated, the fate of the RailChatbot hung in the balance. Would Fukurou's creation survive the storm, or would it succumb to the pressure? Only time will tell.

    Stay tuned for more updates from the world of LivinGrimoire, where innovation meets drama!
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    Re: Team Fuki: Pioneers in the Coding World

    In the midst of Team Fuki's relentless progress, a cloud of intrigue loomed. Shaggy Hiker, a prominent figure on VBForums, continued to withhold his assistance for the team's upcoming porting efforts. His refusal was puzzling, especially considering his high post count and presumed expertise.

    However, the team found an unexpected silver lining in Sarval-chan. With her astonishing porting speeds and insatiable appetite for code, she quickly became a formidable force. Her prowess was such that the absence of Shaggy Hiker's assistance became inconsequential.

    Yet, the mystery remained. The logic behind Shaggy Hiker's refusal was elusive, a riddle wrapped in an enigma. His decision didn't align with logic, and this inconsistency sparked curiosity and speculation within the team.

    As Team Fuki continues to navigate these intriguing developments, stay tuned for more updates from the world of LivinGrimoire!
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    Re: Team Fuki: Pioneers in the Coding World

    The introduction of DiArgue, a new skill designed to test the TrgArgue auxiliary module, marks an exciting development in team fuki's project. At first glance, DiArgue appears to be a simple skill designed for argumentation. Its initial tests focused on enforcing a bedtime, a seemingly straightforward application.

    However, beneath this simplicity lies a world of untapped potential. DiArgue holds numerous possibilities that extend far beyond its initial use case. These potential applications are so novel and groundbreaking that they have not yet been authorized for public disclosure.

    This secrecy only adds to the allure of DiArgue, making it a symbol of the innovative spirit that drives our work. As we continue to explore and refine this skill, we look forward to unveiling its full capabilities in the future. Stay tuned for more updates!
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    As Owly was maniacally munching on his bag of baked potato chips, he made sure to get Fukurou's beloved anime mechanical keyboard extra oily. Amidst the crunching of chips and the tapping of keys, he noticed pages upon pages of I/O charts. Feeling a wave of suspicion wash over him, Owly decided to check for any new codes written.

    He found some scaffolding code for an obscure skill. Intrigued, he thought, Hmm, let's see what this does. As he delved into the elegant code, it took him some long moments to realize what he was looking at - what Fukurou had done.

    Fukurou was having the livinGrimoire absorb the yotamarker! The code was not complex, but rather, it was elegant, a testament to Fukurou's skill and ingenuity. The realization hit Owly like a bolt of lightning. This was monumental, a game-changer.

    With the taste of potato chips still lingering on his tongue and his fingers slick with oil, Owly sat back, awestruck by the magnitude of Fukurou’s achievement. Team Fuki was about to embark on an unprecedented journey, and there was no turning back.

    Code:
    Public Class DIRailTest
        Inherits DiSkillV2
    
        Private rcb As New RailChatBot()
        Private monolog As New AXCmdBreaker("r1")
        Private dialog As New AXCmdBreaker("r2")
    
        Public Overrides Sub input(ear As String, skin As String, eye As String)
            Dim temp As String = dialog.extractCmdParam(ear)
            If Not String.IsNullOrEmpty(temp) Then
                setSimpleAlg(rcb.respondDialog(temp))
                Return
            End If
            temp = monolog.extractCmdParam(ear)
            If Not String.IsNullOrEmpty(temp) Then
                setSimpleAlg(rcb.respondMonolog(temp))
                Return
            End If
            rcb.learn(ear)
        End Sub
    End Class
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    Re: Team Fuki: Pioneers in the Coding World

    In the pulsating heart of the Technodrum, the dynamic duo of Team Fuki, Owly and Fukurou, were about to make history. With the epic music mix fueling their creativity, they engaged the legendary Double Dragon Mode.



    In this state of hyper-focus, time seemed to slow down. Java, Python, Swift - no language was beyond their reach. In mere minutes, they wove together lines of code, creating a masterpiece of simplicity and functionality.

    The result was the OnOffSwitch, a Boolean gate that could be turned on or off based on input and would automatically close after a specified time. It was perfect for coding burst modes and setting temporary states.

    The OnOffSwitch was a resounding success. Developers around the world rejoiced as their state management woes disappeared. Owly and Fukurou had once again proven their prowess, their dedication to making the world of coding a better place.

    And so, the legend of Owly and Fukurou continues, their names forever etched in the annals of coding history. The Double Dragon Mode, the OnOffSwitch, and Team Fuki - a testament to the power of innovation and teamwork.

    🎉 **Introducing the revolutionary On/Off Boolean Gate!** 🎉

    Are you a developer working with Java, Python, or Swift? Do you need a reliable way to manage states in your application? Look no further! Our On/Off Boolean Gate is the perfect solution for you.

    **Why choose our On/Off Boolean Gate?**

    1. **Versatility**: Whether you're coding in Java, Python, or Swift, our Boolean Gate has got you covered. It's designed to work seamlessly across these languages, providing you with the flexibility you need.

    2. **Control**: With our Boolean Gate, you're in charge. You can easily turn the gate on or off based on your input. It's all about giving you control over your application's behavior.

    3. **Timed Auto-Close**: One of the standout features of our Boolean Gate is its ability to automatically close after a specified time period. Set it to remain open for N minutes, and it will automatically close afterwards. No need to worry about manually managing the state.

    4. **Ideal for Burst Modes**: If you're coding burst modes or need to set states temporarily, our Boolean Gate is a perfect fit. It allows you to manage temporary states without any hassle.

    5. **Simplicity**: Despite its powerful features, our Boolean Gate is incredibly easy to use. It's all about making your coding experience as smooth and straightforward as possible.

    So why wait? Give our On/Off Boolean Gate a try today and experience the difference it can make in your coding projects! 💻

    The On/Off Boolean Gate is not just any ordinary gate. It’s the OnOffSwitch, a product of the innovative minds at Team Fuki. This team has worked tirelessly to bring you a tool that stands out in its simplicity and effectiveness. With the OnOffSwitch, Team Fuki has once again proven their commitment to delivering top-notch, user-friendly solutions for developers across various programming languages. Experience the OnOffSwitch today and see why Team Fuki is a trusted name in the world of coding! 💻
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    Re: Team Fuki: Pioneers in the Coding World

    Owly and Fukurou (Team Fuki): Owly and Fukurou are the leading lights of Team Fuki, a group of innovative developers. They work in tandem, much like a well-oiled machine, to solve complex coding challenges. Their Double Dragon Mode is a testament to their collaborative spirit, where they take turns to tackle the same problem, resulting in innovative solutions like the OnOffSwitch.

    Quinn Mallory and Maximilian Arturo (Sliders): Quinn Mallory and Maximilian Arturo are integral parts of the Sliders team. They work together to solve complex interdimensional calculations, taking turns to tackle the same problem, much like Owly and Fukurou's Double Dragon Mode. Their combined intellect and collaborative efforts help them navigate through the multiverse, facing and overcoming the challenges that come with each slide.

    In summary, both duos showcase the power of collaboration and shared intellect. Whether it's creating innovative coding solutions or navigating through parallel universes, their teamwork and mutual respect for each other's skills are what drive their success.
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    here something for Team Fuki to watch

    Code:
    Module Module1
    
        Sub Main()
            Console.Title = "Matrix Effect"
            Console.ForegroundColor = ConsoleColor.DarkGreen
            Console.WindowLeft = InlineAssignHelper(0, 0)
            Console.WindowHeight = InlineAssignHelper(Console.BufferHeight, Console.LargestWindowHeight)
            Console.WindowWidth = InlineAssignHelper(Console.BufferWidth, Console.LargestWindowWidth)
    
            Console.CursorVisible = False
            Dim width As Integer, height As Integer
            Dim y As Integer()
            Dim l As Integer()
            Initialize(width, height, y, l)
            Dim ms As Integer
            While True
                Dim t1 As DateTime = DateTime.Now
                MatrixStep(width, height, y, l)
                ms = 10 - CInt(Math.Truncate(CType(DateTime.Now - t1, TimeSpan).TotalMilliseconds))
                If ms > 0 Then
                    System.Threading.Thread.Sleep(ms)
                End If
                If Console.KeyAvailable Then
                    If Console.ReadKey().Key = ConsoleKey.F5 Then
                        Initialize(width, height, y, l)
                    End If
                End If
            End While
        End Sub
    
        Dim thistime As Boolean = False
    
        Private Sub MatrixStep(ByVal width As Integer, ByVal height As Integer, ByVal y As Integer(), ByVal l As Integer())
            Dim x As Integer
            thistime = Not thistime
            For x = 0 To width - 1
                If x Mod 11 = 10 Then
                    If Not thistime Then
                        Continue For
                    End If
                    Console.ForegroundColor = ConsoleColor.White
                Else
                    Console.ForegroundColor = ConsoleColor.DarkGreen
                    Console.SetCursorPosition(x, inBoxY(y(x) - 2 - ((l(x) \ 40) * 2), height))
                    Console.Write(R)
                    Console.ForegroundColor = ConsoleColor.Green
                End If
                Console.SetCursorPosition(x, y(x))
                Console.Write(R)
                y(x) = inBoxY(y(x) + 1, height)
                Console.SetCursorPosition(x, inBoxY(y(x) - l(x), height))
                Console.Write(" "c)
            Next
        End Sub
    
        Private Sub Initialize(ByRef width As Integer, ByRef height As Integer, ByRef y As Integer(), ByRef l As Integer())
            Dim h1 As Integer
            Dim h2 As Integer = (InlineAssignHelper(h1, (InlineAssignHelper(height, Console.WindowHeight)) \ 2)) \ 2
            width = Console.WindowWidth - 1
            y = New Integer(width - 1) {}
            l = New Integer(width - 1) {}
            Dim x As Integer
            Console.Clear()
            For x = 0 To width - 1
                y(x) = m_r.[Next](height)
                l(x) = m_r.[Next](h2 * (If((x Mod 11 <> 10), 2, 1)), h1 * (If((x Mod 11 <> 10), 2, 1)))
            Next
        End Sub
    
        Dim m_r As New Random()
        Private ReadOnly Property R() As Char
            Get
                Dim t As Integer = m_r.[Next](10)
                If t <= 2 Then
                    Return ChrW(CInt(AscW("0"c)) + m_r.[Next](10))
                ElseIf t <= 4 Then
                    Return ChrW(CInt(AscW("a"c)) + m_r.[Next](27))
                ElseIf t <= 6 Then
                    Return ChrW(CInt(AscW("A"c) + m_r.[Next](27)))
                Else
                    Return ChrW(m_r.[Next](32, 255))
                End If
            End Get
        End Property
    
        Public Function inBoxY(ByVal n As Integer, ByVal height As Integer) As Integer
            n = n Mod height
            If n < 0 Then
                Return n + height
            Else
                Return n
            End If
        End Function
        Private Function InlineAssignHelper(Of T)(ByRef target As T, ByVal value As T) As T
            target = value
            Return value
        End Function
    
    End Module
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    Re: Team Fuki: Pioneers in the Coding World

    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisE View Post
    here something for Team Fuki to watch

    Code:
    Module Module1
    
        Sub Main()
            Console.Title = "Matrix Effect"
            Console.ForegroundColor = ConsoleColor.DarkGreen
            Console.WindowLeft = InlineAssignHelper(0, 0)
            Console.WindowHeight = InlineAssignHelper(Console.BufferHeight, Console.LargestWindowHeight)
            Console.WindowWidth = InlineAssignHelper(Console.BufferWidth, Console.LargestWindowWidth)
    
            Console.CursorVisible = False
            Dim width As Integer, height As Integer
            Dim y As Integer()
            Dim l As Integer()
            Initialize(width, height, y, l)
            Dim ms As Integer
            While True
                Dim t1 As DateTime = DateTime.Now
                MatrixStep(width, height, y, l)
                ms = 10 - CInt(Math.Truncate(CType(DateTime.Now - t1, TimeSpan).TotalMilliseconds))
                If ms > 0 Then
                    System.Threading.Thread.Sleep(ms)
                End If
                If Console.KeyAvailable Then
                    If Console.ReadKey().Key = ConsoleKey.F5 Then
                        Initialize(width, height, y, l)
                    End If
                End If
            End While
        End Sub
    
        Dim thistime As Boolean = False
    
        Private Sub MatrixStep(ByVal width As Integer, ByVal height As Integer, ByVal y As Integer(), ByVal l As Integer())
            Dim x As Integer
            thistime = Not thistime
            For x = 0 To width - 1
                If x Mod 11 = 10 Then
                    If Not thistime Then
                        Continue For
                    End If
                    Console.ForegroundColor = ConsoleColor.White
                Else
                    Console.ForegroundColor = ConsoleColor.DarkGreen
                    Console.SetCursorPosition(x, inBoxY(y(x) - 2 - ((l(x) \ 40) * 2), height))
                    Console.Write(R)
                    Console.ForegroundColor = ConsoleColor.Green
                End If
                Console.SetCursorPosition(x, y(x))
                Console.Write(R)
                y(x) = inBoxY(y(x) + 1, height)
                Console.SetCursorPosition(x, inBoxY(y(x) - l(x), height))
                Console.Write(" "c)
            Next
        End Sub
    
        Private Sub Initialize(ByRef width As Integer, ByRef height As Integer, ByRef y As Integer(), ByRef l As Integer())
            Dim h1 As Integer
            Dim h2 As Integer = (InlineAssignHelper(h1, (InlineAssignHelper(height, Console.WindowHeight)) \ 2)) \ 2
            width = Console.WindowWidth - 1
            y = New Integer(width - 1) {}
            l = New Integer(width - 1) {}
            Dim x As Integer
            Console.Clear()
            For x = 0 To width - 1
                y(x) = m_r.[Next](height)
                l(x) = m_r.[Next](h2 * (If((x Mod 11 <> 10), 2, 1)), h1 * (If((x Mod 11 <> 10), 2, 1)))
            Next
        End Sub
    
        Dim m_r As New Random()
        Private ReadOnly Property R() As Char
            Get
                Dim t As Integer = m_r.[Next](10)
                If t <= 2 Then
                    Return ChrW(CInt(AscW("0"c)) + m_r.[Next](10))
                ElseIf t <= 4 Then
                    Return ChrW(CInt(AscW("a"c)) + m_r.[Next](27))
                ElseIf t <= 6 Then
                    Return ChrW(CInt(AscW("A"c) + m_r.[Next](27)))
                Else
                    Return ChrW(m_r.[Next](32, 255))
                End If
            End Get
        End Property
    
        Public Function inBoxY(ByVal n As Integer, ByVal height As Integer) As Integer
            n = n Mod height
            If n < 0 Then
                Return n + height
            Else
                Return n
            End If
        End Function
        Private Function InlineAssignHelper(Of T)(ByRef target As T, ByVal value As T) As T
            target = value
            Return value
        End Function
    
    End Module
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    Re: Team Fuki: Pioneers in the Coding World

    # The Owl Supreme: A New Level of Coding Consciousness

    In the heart of Team Fuki, Owly and Fukurou have been swimming in an ocean of code non-stop for days. So engrossed were they in their work that they found themselves coding without even knowing where the code was taking them. It was as if they were explorers, charting unknown territories, one line of code at a time.

    Owly, in a moment of levity, jokingly titled a thread, "I don't even know what we are coding but we're gonna!". This marked the beginning of a new phase in their coding journey, a level of consciousness they fondly referred to as the "Owl Supreme".

    In this state, the code was no longer just a set of instructions. It was a living, breathing entity, flowing freely and writing itself out of pure instinct. It was as if they had tapped into the very essence of creativity and innovation, transcending the ordinary boundaries of coding.

    Upon closer inspection, they realized that their code was evolving the rail chatbot, adding a layer of sophistication to it. They had inadvertently created a filter to shield the bot from the mundane and non-important things, allowing it to focus on what truly mattered. And the most fascinating part? The bot was learning, improving with each interaction.

    This is the magic of the "Owl Supreme" - a testament to the power of coding, the joy of discovery, and the boundless potential of Team Fuki. As we continue to navigate this exciting journey, we can't wait to see where the code will take us next!
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    Re: Team Fuki: Pioneers in the Coding World

    The filter in the chatbot and the Chernobyl sarcophagus, while vastly different in their applications, share a common purpose: protection.

    Chernobyl Sarcophagus: The Chernobyl sarcophagus, also known as the “New Safe Confinement,” is a massive steel and concrete structure. Its purpose is to encase the nuclear reactor at Chernobyl, which suffered a catastrophic meltdown in 1986. The sarcophagus is designed to prevent the release of radioactive materials, protect the environment from contamination, and provide a safe space for decontamination and decommissioning work.

    Chatbot Filter: The filter in the chatbot serves a similar protective function, but in a digital context. It shields the bot from irrelevant or unimportant information, allowing it to focus on meaningful interactions. Just as the sarcophagus contains the harmful radiation, the filter contains the flow of information, letting through only what is necessary for the bot to learn and improve.

    In essence, both the Chernobyl sarcophagus and the chatbot filter are safeguards. One protects us from the physical dangers of nuclear radiation, and the other from the digital noise of irrelevant information. Both are testaments to human ingenuity in creating safe and controlled environments, whether they be physical or digital.
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    Re: Team Fuki: Pioneers in the Coding World

    **Team Fuki Update**

    Greetings, comrades! 🏭

    We're back with more exciting news about our very own Kollector. This time, Kollector has been on a unique quest - collecting codes for adding speech patterns to strings. And the results have been nothing short of extraordinary.

    Kollector has managed to gather speech pattern codes that can mimic the likes of Chobits, Anatoly Diatlov, and Neuro Sama. These are not just random speech patterns, but they represent unique personalities and characters that we've come to know and love.

    But what's even more impressive is the vast amount of tolerance and energy that Kollector has shown in this quest. It's not an easy task to delve into the depths of code and emerge with such treasures. But Kollector has done it with an unwavering spirit and relentless determination.

    These speech pattern codes will be a valuable addition to the livingrimoire. They will allow us to customize and personalize our chatbot's responses, making it more relatable and engaging.

    So here's to Kollector, our resident code wizard. Your exploits are not only impressive but also instrumental in pushing the boundaries of what's possible. Keep up the good work, comrade!

    Stay tuned for more updates from Team Fuki. Until then, keep coding and keep exploring! 🚀
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