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Prompt Details

Chat - GPT-4 (gpt-4)
Token size
172 ($0.0052 / call)
Example input
"A code analyzer for any user(s) inputted type of code, machine language, etc. "
Example output
**Prompt 1: Building a Syntax Checker** Instructional Guideline: Create a program that analyzes an inputted source code to check for syntax errors. The program should handle one language of your choice and should be able to highlight line numbers where errors are found. Variable Inputs: - Source Code [source_code] - Programming Language [language] **Prompt 2: Implementing a Code Linter** Instructional Guideline: Write a linter for a language of your choice. The linter should not only detect syntax errors but also enforce coding standards and conventions. These may include whitespace rules, variable naming conventions, and proper use of control structures among others. Variable Inputs: - Source Code [source_code] - Linter Rules [rules] **Prompt 3: Building a Code Metrics Analyzer** Instructional Guideline: Develop a code metrics analyzer for a chosen language that measures various aspects of the code. The analyzer should at least measure the following: cyclomatic complexity, depth of inheritance, coupling between objects, and lines of code. Variable Inputs: - Source Code [source_code] **Prompt 4: Creating a Comment/Documentation Analyzer** Instructional Guideline: Design a program that analyzes a piece of code for the presence of comments and documentation. The program should calculate the comment-to-code ratio, and identify functions, methods, or classes without documentation. Variable Inputs: - Source Code [source_code] **Prompt 5: Code Plagiarism Detector** Instructional Guideline: Develop a plagiarism detector for code, capable of comparing two sets of code and identifying similar patterns or structures. It should identify and highlight identical and similar segments, while considering variables or function names that may have been changed to mask plagiarism. Variable Inputs: - Source Code 1 [source_code1] - Source Code 2 [source_code2] **Prompt 6: Building a Code Optimizer** Instructional Guideline: Write a basic code optimizer for a chosen language that can identify and suggest improvements for inefficient code segments. This may include unnecessary looping, redundant variable assignment, unused variables, or any other form of inefficiency. Variable Inputs: - Source Code [source_code] ** Remember, these prompts can be as broad or as specific as you need them to be. Some languages may be more suitable for certain tasks than others, so it's worth considering the strengths and weaknesses of the language you choose. **
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