I've finished work on the projects page. Sometimes I'll have a passing interest in something that leads me to write some code for fun. Yes, you read right. I like to code... for fun. Anyway, this is something I've done ever since I started programming way back in 1991. I've written a bunch of cool little programs over the years. Most of these have been throwaway scripts that I wrote just to "see what would happen". A few of these, however, have had some serious effort put into them. I've decided to showcase these on my site. Hopefully people will find them interesting :).
The project I've just uploaded is called Sulekha, and is a text-based Markov-chain generator. You can check it out here. The comments for this journal entry are mirrored on the Sulekha project page, so anything you post here will be visible there (and vice versa). Let me know what you think. Oh, and it's interactive so you can generate your own text-based Markov-chains too!
4 thoughts on “Sulekha: A text-based Markov-chain generator”
yeah YOU know how to code by you don’t know how to WRITE!!! for example, " Anyway, this is something I’ve done every since I started programming way back in 1991"
now THAT is just AIYEEEEEEE
oh btw… i am ananya 2nd runner up
Hahaha! I should have spellchecked it! Yes, it is quite aiiyee. I will have to go and fix it. You are 2nd runner up? That is cool! Good job and congratulations! You probably think you’re the best now but you are just a big LOSAR!
this looks sweet man, can we some code snippets?
Thanks! I’ve added some code snippets that describe the most important parts of the algorithm.