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#!/usr/bin/perl use Parse::RecDescent; use POE; use POE::Component::Client::TCP; use POE::Component::Server::TCP; use POE::Filter::Line; use Socket; use strict; use vars qw/ %base %man @try_again /; %man = ( 'first' => "Who", 'second' => "What", 'third' => "I Don't Know" ); %base = map { lc } reverse %man; @try_again = ( "So, who's on first?", "I want to know who's on first!", "What's the name of the first baseman?", "Let's start again. What's the name of the guy on first?", "Okay, then, who's on second?", "Well then, who's on third?", "What's the name of the fellow on third?" ); sub Parse::RecDescent::choose { $_[1 + int rand $#_]; } my $hostname = gethostbyname( $ARGV[0] || '' ); if ( defined $hostname ) { my $costello = Parse::RecDescent->new( q{ Interpretation: Meaning <reject: $item[1] eq $thisparser->{'prev'} > { $thisparser->{'prev'} = $item[1] } | { choose( @::try_again ) } Meaning: Question | UnclearReferent | NonSequitur Question: Preface Interrogative /[i']s on/ Base { choose( "Yes, what is the name of the guy on $item[2]? +", "The $item[4] baseman?", "I'm asking you! $item[2]", "I don't know" ); } | Interrogative { choose( "That's right, $item[1]?", "What?", "I don't know!" ); } UnclearReferent: "He's on" Base { choose( "Who's on $item[2]?", "Who is?", "So, what is the name of the guy on $item[2]?" ); } NonSequitur: ( "Yes" | "Certainly" | /that's correct/i ) { choose( "$item[1], who?", "What?", @::try_again ); } Interrogative: /who/i | /what/i Base: 'first' | 'second' | 'third' Preface: ...!Interrogative /\S*/ }); POE::Component::Client::TCP->new( 'RemoteAddress' => inet_ntoa( $hostname ), 'RemotePort' => 12477, 'Filter' => 'POE::Filter::Line', 'Connected' => sub { print STDOUT "<costello> Who's on first?\n"; $_[ HEAP ]->{'server'}->put( "Who's on first?" ); }, 'ServerInput' => sub { my ( $heap, $line ) = @_[ HEAP, ARG0 ]; my $reply = $costello->Interpretation( $line ); print STDOUT "<abbott> ", $line, "\n"; sleep 1; print STDOUT "<costello> ", $reply, "\n"; $heap->{'server'}->put( $reply ); } ); } else { my $abbott = Parse::RecDescent->new( q{ Interpretation: ConfirmationRequest | NameRequest | BaseRequest ConfirmationRequest: Preface(s?) Name /[i']s on/ Base { ( lc $::man{ $item[4] } eq lc $item[2] ) ? "Yes" : "No, $::man{ $item[4] }\'s on $item[4]" } | Preface(s?) Name /[i']s the (name of the)?/ Man /('s n +ame )?on/ Base { ( lc $::man{ $item[6] } eq lc $item[2] ) ? "Certainly" : "No. \u$item[2] is on " . $::base{ lc $ite +m[2] } } BaseRequest: Preface(s?) Name /(is)?/ { "He's on " . $::base{ lc $item[2] } } NameRequest: /(What's the name of)?the/i Base "baseman" { $::man{ $item[2] } } Preface: ...!Name /\S*/ Name: /who/i | /what/i | /i don't know/i Base: 'first' | 'second' | 'third' Man: 'man' | 'guy' | 'fellow' }); POE::Component::Server::TCP->new( 'Alias' => 'server', 'Port' => 12477, 'ClientInput' => sub { my ( $heap, $line ) = @_[ HEAP, ARG0 ]; my $reply = $abbott->Interpretation( $line ); print STDOUT "<costello> ", $line, "\n"; sleep 1; print STDOUT "<abbott> ", $reply, "\n"; $heap->{'client'}->put( $reply ); } ); } $poe_kernel->run; exit 0;

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