OHBot Interface

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Saying Yes

When OHBot expects a 'yes' to a question, he can recognize any of these as 'yes':

AFFIRMATIVE, AH YES, ALL RIGHT, APPARENTLY, AYE, CERTAINLY, COMPLETELY, CONSTANTLY, DA, ESPECIALLY, EVIDENTLY, EXTREMELY, FULLY, GENERALLY, IN THIS CASE, INDEFINITELY, IT WOULD SEEM, JA, KIND OF, KINDA, MHMM, OF COURSE, ONLY JUST, OUI, SHURE, SURE, SI, SORT OF, SORTA, SUPPOSEDLY, SURELY, UHUH, UNFORTUNATELY, Y, YA, YAH, YAP, YAS, YE, YEA, YEAH, YEAP, YEAS, YEH, YEP, YEPPERS, YER, YES, YESS, YIP, YUP, YUPPERS

Saying No

When OHBot expects a 'yes' to a question, he can recognize any of these as 'yes':

BY NO MEANS, CERTAINLY NOT, COURSE NOT, DEFINITELY NOT, DOUBTFUL, HARDLY, I REFUSE, I SUPPOSE NOT, IT WOULD NOT, KNOW, N, NAH, NAW, NAY, NEGATIVE, NO, NON, NOO, NOPE, NOT COMPLETELY, NOT ESPECIALLY, NOT MANY, NOT PARTICULARLY, NOT REALLY, NOT THAT I KNOW OF, NOT, NOT AT ALL, NOT YET, NO WAY, OF COURSE NOT

Input Map

Below is his input map grouped by topic. Topics can have sub-topics which create conversation.

When you say something to OHBot, the first step is to normalize the input. That means turning it into uppercase and getting rid of unnecessary spaces, symbols, and words.

What you see here is the inputs that OHBot is matching against. There are some symbols that have special meaning:

The numbers in [brackets] are the internal topic ID. There are a few inputs that are marked as secret. They're not so much secret as they are internal use only.