We have a very small, propietary programming language and we are trying to use Codex to support completions. The language is closer in similarity to spreadsheet formulas rather than a full-blown programming language, so it doesn’t have the complexities that typically arise when dealing with Python or TypeScript, for example.
We’ve had impressive results just teaching Codex with very long prompts that “explain” the language by giving completion examples in the prompt, but we were wondering what’s the best way to do this without requiring very long prompts.
Do the fine-tuning APIs cover Codex use-cases? I didn’t find any references to working with code or codex in the fine-tuning documentation/guides which leads me to believe that they are more geared towards purely natural language models.
Fair enough! I was comparing it to Excel in the sense that it’s mainly a single-expression language without complicated features, syntactically (e.g. modules, classes, function definitions). Also in the sense that every expression returns a value and produces no side effects (e.g. no print statements or I/O side effects).
Hi Guys, I have created a package on top of Python and work under Python env , like pandas , selenium package. I would like to know if there is any possibilities to train codex to understand the code / syntax of my package?