Learning how to Rewrite Code as a Deep and Lengthy Q&A Style Post with Tags
When writing code, foremost to make sure that you are able to explain it in a way that is easy to know. Writing code in the form of a deep and lengthy Q&A style post with tags can be an effective way of communicating what the code does and how it works. In this Q&A Session, we will discuss some tips for rewriting code as a deep and lengthy Q&A style post with tags.
What are Tags?
Tags are HTML elements that can be used to indicate sections of content or describe the purpose of certain elements within a webpage. For example, the
<h3>, etc. tags are used to denote heading levels on webpages. The
<code> tags are used to denote sections of code or quotes.
Steps for Rewriting Code as a Deep and Lengthy Q & A Style Post with Tags
- Update History Format:
When rewriting your code, foremost to update the history format in order to make it easier for readers to know. You can do this by creating strings that contain both the role (e.g., user) and content (e.g., prompt). You can then join these strings together using “n”.
- Specify Model:
The endpoint you use strictly depends on which engine you use for completion. For example, if you use the openai library’s Completion endpoint, you will need to specify a text-completion engine such as “text-davinci-003”. If you use ChatCompletion endpoint, you will need specify a chat engine such as “gpt-3.5-turbo”.
- Strip Text:
After creating your completions object, you should always strip any text before returning it so that only relevant information is returned. This can be done using “.strip()” after “.text” when calling your choices array.
- Add Hyperlinks:
It is also important to add hyperlinks to any references or sources used when rewriting your code so readers can easily navigate between different websites or documents.