Welcome Guest ( Log In | Register )

Outline · [ Standard ] · Linear+

 OpenAI

views
     
TSnyem
post Dec 1 2022, 08:35 PM, updated 2 months ago

Enthusiast
*****
Senior Member
746 posts

Joined: Jan 2007


I'm impressed with OpenAI https://openai.com/blog/chatgpt/ capability to generate working codes.

Here's one of my simple questions:

Q How to create a javascript countdown to 2023?

and the returned answer:

QUOTE

Here's one way to create a JavaScript countdown to 2023:

First, create a Date object for the target date (2023) using the Date constructor:

CODE
const targetDate = new Date(2023, 0, 1); // January 1, 2023


Next, create a function that calculates the time remaining until the target date and returns it as a string. This function can use the Date object's getTime() method to get the current time, and then subtract that from the target date's time to find the time remaining. It can then use the Date object's getTime() method to convert that time into a human-readable format, such as days, hours, minutes, and seconds.

Here's an example of what that function might look like:

CODE
function getTimeRemaining() {
 const currentTime = new Date().getTime(); // get current time
 const timeRemaining = targetDate - currentTime; // find time remaining
 const days = Math.floor(timeRemaining / (1000 * 60 * 60 * 24)); // convert time to days
 const hours = Math.floor((timeRemaining % (1000 * 60 * 60 * 24)) / (1000 * 60 * 60)); // convert time to hours
 const minutes = Math.floor((timeRemaining % (1000 * 60 * 60)) / (1000 * 60)); // convert time to minutes
 const seconds = Math.floor((timeRemaining % (1000 * 60)) / 1000); // convert time to seconds

 return `${days} days, ${hours} hours, ${minutes} minutes, and ${seconds} seconds`; // return time remaining as a string
}


Finally, use setInterval() to call the getTimeRemaining() function repeatedly, at a regular interval (such as every second). This will update the countdown display with the latest time remaining.
Here's an example of how you might use setInterval() to call the getTimeRemaining() function every second:

CODE
setInterval(() => {
 const timeRemaining = getTimeRemaining(); // calculate time remaining
 console.log(timeRemaining); // log time remaining to the console
}, 1000); // call getTimeRemaining() every second


You can use the timeRemaining string returned by getTimeRemaining() to display the countdown on your webpage using a <p> element or some other HTML element.

I hope this helps! Let me know if you have any other questions.
It can come up with some algorithms that might take us hours to code, surely a big help for us programmers so that we can concentrate on the bigger logic and let openai do the details.





FlierMate
post Dec 3 2022, 06:02 PM

On my way
****
Validating
515 posts

Joined: Nov 2020
I tried their AI image drawing, this is my question and the result running on Tikz online editor:

QUOTE
draw an image of ocean wave


OpenAI generates:
CODE

\begin{tikzpicture}
 \draw[fill=cyan] (0,0) -- (4,0) -- (4,2) -- (0,2) -- cycle;
 \draw[fill=cyan] (4,0) -- (8,0) -- (8,2) -- (4,2) -- cycle;
 \draw[fill=cyan] (8,0) -- (12,0) -- (12,2) -- (8,2) -- cycle;
 \draw[fill=cyan] (12,0) -- (16,0) -- (16,2) -- (12,2) -- cycle;
 \draw[fill=cyan] (0,-2) -- (4,-2) -- (4,0) -- (0,0) -- cycle;
 \draw[fill=cyan] (4,-2) -- (8,-2) -- (8,0) -- (4,0) -- cycle;
 \draw[fill=cyan] (8,-2) -- (12,-2) -- (12,0) -- (8,0) -- cycle;
 \draw[fill=cyan] (12,-2) -- (16,-2) -- (16,0) -- (12,0) -- cycle;
 \draw[fill=cyan] (0,-4) -- (4,-4) -- (4,-2) -- (0,-2) -- cycle;
 \draw[fill=cyan] (4,-4) -- (8,-4) -- (8,-2) -- (4,-2) -- cycle;
 \draw[fill=cyan] (8,-4) -- (12,-4) -- (12,-2) -- (8,-2) -- cycle;
 \draw[fill=cyan] (12,-4) -- (16,-4) -- (16,-2) -- (12,-2) -- cycle;
\end{tikzpicture}


user posted image

I think it has a great potential! Thanks for sharing the link.

This post has been edited by FlierMate: Dec 3 2022, 06:25 PM
FlierMate
post Dec 3 2022, 06:09 PM

On my way
****
Validating
515 posts

Joined: Nov 2020
QUOTE
create a C# code to print "hello world"


Simply amazing, OpenAI generates:

CODE
using System;

public class HelloWorld
{
  public static void Main()
  {
     Console.WriteLine("Hello World!");
  }
}


user posted image

QUOTE
create a complete C# program to print diamond


CODE


public class Diamond
{
   public static void Main(string[] args)
   {
       int n = 5;
       // Print upper half
       for (int i = 0; i < n; i++)
       {
           for (int j = 0; j < n - i; j++)
           {
               Console.Write(" ");
           }
           for (int j = 0; j <= i; j++)
           {
               Console.Write("* ");
           }
           Console.WriteLine();
       }

       // Print lower half
       for (int i = n - 1; i > 0; i--)
       {
           for (int j = 0; j < n - i; j++)
           {
               Console.Write(" ");
           }
           for (int j = 0; j < i; j++)
           {
               Console.Write("* ");
           }
           Console.WriteLine();
       }
   }
}


Not bad.

(I pasted the code generated by OpenAI on online C# compiler to see output)

user posted image

But it is inconsistent, entering the same question before and after will give different output, which I think it has to do with machine learning?

This post has been edited by FlierMate: Dec 3 2022, 07:16 PM
iammyself
post Dec 4 2022, 12:18 PM

Getting Started
**
Junior Member
225 posts

Joined: May 2011
I'm both impressed and terrified by what ChatGPT it can do.

Here's my prompt and the response by ChatGPT

```Create a traffic director using Golang. You should incorporate object-oriented programming, consistent hashing, and the reverse proxy package in your design.```


CODE

package main

import (
"context"
"fmt"
"log"
"net/http"
"net/http/httputil"
"net/url"
"strings"

"github.com/dgryski/go-consistent"
)

// Define a Director type
type Director struct {
// Use a consistent hash to map keys to nodes
hash *consistent.Consistent

// Use a map to store the URLs of the nodes
nodes map[string]*url.URL
}

// Implement a ServeHTTP method for the Director type
func (d *Director) ServeHTTP(w http.ResponseWriter, r *http.Request) {
// Get the key to use for consistent hashing
key := r.URL.Path

// Get the URL of the node that the key maps to
nodeURL, err := d.hash.Get(key)
if err != nil {
 http.Error(w, err.Error(), http.StatusInternalServerError)
 return
}

// Get the URL object for the node
node, ok := d.nodes[nodeURL]
if !ok {
 http.Error(w, "node not found", http.StatusInternalServerError)
 return
}

// Create a reverse proxy for the node
proxy := httputil.NewSingleHostReverseProxy(node)

// Update the request's Host and URL before forwarding it to the proxy
r.Host = node.Host
r.URL.Host = node.Host
r.URL.Scheme = node.Scheme

// Forward the request to the proxy
proxy.ServeHTTP(w, r)
}

func main() {
// Create a Director
director := &Director{
 hash: consistent.New(),
 nodes: map[string]*url.URL{
  "node1": parseURL("http://localhost:8000"),
  "node2": parseURL("http://localhost:8001"),
  "node3": parseURL("http://localhost:8002"),
 },
}

// Add the nodes to the hash
for nodeURL := range director.nodes {
 director.hash.Add(nodeURL)
}

// Create a HTTP server that uses the Director as a handler
server := &http.Server{
 Addr:    ":8080",
 Handler: director,
}

// Start the server
log.Println("Starting server on port 8080")
if err := server.ListenAndServe(); err != nil {
 log.Fatal(err)
}
}

// parseURL is a helper function that parses a URL string and returns a *url.URL
func parseURL(s string) *url.URL {
u, err := url.Parse(s)
if err != nil {
 panic(err)
}
return u
}


The code is not optimal, but it's generated instantly and it comes with comments!

This post has been edited by iammyself: Dec 4 2022, 12:18 PM
FlierMate4 P
post Jan 9 2023, 01:44 AM

New Member
*
Probation
42 posts

Joined: Jan 2023
user posted image
valerie0821
post Jan 25 2023, 11:07 AM

New Member
*
Junior Member
14 posts

Joined: Dec 2020
i created a countdown timer with chatgpt too, just with simple prompts. also a simple to-do app. but the main problem is the memory of chatgpt, it seems to breakdown after around 8 prompts or more, i suspect its because the number of tokens has become too large. nevertheless, i think it is very cool and amazing. have great potential in the future. imagine the later versions!

QUOTE(valerie0821 @ Jan 17 2023, 11:51 AM)
the process

CODE
pls generate the html code for a countdown clock


have to hard code the date

website: https://countdown-timer-1.valerie0821.repl.co/

code: https://replit.com/@valerie0821/countdown-timer-1?v=1
CODE
pls rewrite the code so that a user can input their own time to count down


with calendar input

website: https://countdown-timer-2.valerie0821.repl.co/

code: https://replit.com/@valerie0821/countdown-timer-2?v=1
CODE
pls write the css code for style.css so everything is centered on the web page


CODE
please add a background


can even center my divs lols
website: https://countdown-timer.valerie0821.repl.co/

code: https://replit.com/@valerie0821/countdown-timer?v=1
other cool features added:
hide the button and label after clicking

CODE
pls rewrite the code so that the user-input is hidden after clicking button

make the countdown text larger

CODE
pls write the css code for style.css so that the countdown text is larger

add some cool effects to the countdown timer

CODE
pls write the css code for style.css so that the countdown text have cool effects

change default date in the input to 4/20/2024.

CODE
pls rewrite the code so that the default date in the input is 4/20/2024

*

 

Change to:
| Lo-Fi Version
0.0116sec    0.24    5 queries    GZIP Disabled
Time is now: 30th January 2023 - 10:41 PM