1. Type of code: This refers to the specific type of code the user will be prompted to write. It can be anything, from a program that does a certain task, to a script that manipulates data, to a game.
2. Programming language: This refers to the programming language the user will be using to write their code. The user can choose any programming language they want, based on their preference and skill level.
3. Libraries/frameworks/modules: This refers to any additional libraries, frameworks, or modules the user can use to supplement their code. They can choose any libraries that are available in their chosen programming language.
4. Specific requirements: This refers to the specific requirements that the user's code needs to meet. For example, if the prompt is asking for a program that generates a random password, the requirement could be that the program should include a function that takes an integer input and returns a string with random characters of length n.
5. Optional challenges: This refers to any optional challenges that the user can include in their code to push themselves further. These challenges can be anything from generating a password with a specific pattern or set of rules to optimizing the code for efficiency.
The prompt generates coding challenges using ChatGPT, an artificial intelligence language model. It asks users to write various types of code that meet specific requirements and can include optional challenges to further push their coding skills. Users can choose their preferred programming language and any additional libraries or modules they need to complete the challenges. The goal is to provide an open-ended and flexible prompt that can appeal to a wide range of coding skill levels, from beginner to pro.