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Description: access wolfram alpha answer machine(wikipedia)
Download: aya06.lha       (TIPS: Use the right click menu if your browser takes you back here all the time)
Size: 2Mb
Version: 0.6
Date: 01 May 21
Author: albs42
Submitter: salvo
Email: abbate_salvatore/yahoo com
Requirements: aros x86 abiv0, arm and x64 no smp
Category: network/misc
Replaces: network/misc/aya05.lha
License: Other
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AskYourAmiga or AYA for short is a program for accessing the Wolfram Alpha
answer machine (Wikipedia entry). In response to search queries, this does not
provide links to websites, but directly outputs the answer - although this can
also be processed graphically, for example as a curve.

The answers are arranged in different categories and can be displayed and saved
as text or images. AskYourAmiga has a MUI interface and is available for AmigaOS
3.x (from 68020 processor), AmigaOS 4, AROS (x86, x64, ARM) and MorphOS 3.x

I added assumptions to Ask Your Amiga. Assumptions are the way the different
meaning of one word are separated from each other in Wolfram alpha. For example
if you ask for Berlin it will show you information about the capital of germany,
but also shows you a list of other cities (mostly in USA) named Berlin and also
other meanings like Berlin as a name or a music band (never heard that before)
and so on.
Like on the web page I put these assumptions to at the top of the results to
select from a cycle widge

And a little Bugfix for Ask Your Amiga, especially on AROS, the images would not
load properly, fixed that very quickly.

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