I’d tried to convert snippets of Python code which contain implementations of algorithms, into pseudo-code algorithm descriptions like the ones you see on Wikipedia:
1 procedure BFS(G, root) is 2 let Q be a queue 3 label root as explored 4 Q.enqueue(root) 5 while Q is not empty do 6 v := Q.dequeue() 7 if v is the goal then 8 return v 9 for all edges from v to w in G.adjacentEdges(v) do 10 if w is not labeled as explored then 11 label w as explored 12 Q.enqueue(w)
It doesn’t appear to work well using Davinci 2 with the prompt:
##### Translate this code from Python into Pseudocode ### Python ### Pseudocode
Or using “Algorithm” instead.
Is there a particular wording you can use to do this, or is it a bit out of the scope of Codex’s abilities at the moment?
Thank you =)