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Posted - Oct 24 2012 :  11:01:47  Show Profile
I would like to used the Brain editor to program Hal to troubleshoot problems. Example: User: "My computer will not power on." Hal: "Is the computer plugged in?" User:"Yes." Hal:"Are there any lights or LEDs on that suggest power to the motherboard?" User: "No." Hal: "Do you have a power supply tester?" User: "No." Hal: "There is a good possibility that your power supply maybe at fault. I suggest you either test your current power supply, or replace it." Now, if the user answered no to the question of, "Is the computer plugged in?" Hal would give the answer, "Please plug the computer into the proper outlet and proceed with normal operations."

Now I realize the countless scenarios that have to be enter into the editor, but I'm looking for a known working procedure that would give me the responses to yes or no question, and follow a logical ladder diagram.

I am a technician/engineer of sorts and I sometimes find myself over thinking problems, and issues. It would be nice to use Hal as a partner, in the realm of what I do, and keep someone around that can keep me on track, with simplicity, and logical thought.

I have posted this on Zabaware Forums. What I'm looking for is a conditional type code, if the answer is true or Yes, you continue to if then or the next line of questioning. If the answer is false or No. You come to the conclusion and your done. If someone could start me out with that type of script I'd be more than glad to finish it. Thanks!

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Posted - Oct 24 2012 :  16:02:23  Show Profile  Visit vrossi's Homepage

welcome to our Forum.

I see that you already got several answers on the Zabaaware forum, so I add a link here, in case other members are interested:

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