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Symbols

Name Private Creator Description
?event_failure NO (system-internal) A Tag with this symbol is created whenever an event failed to execute correctly.
?program_execution_results NO (system-internal) A Tag with this symbol targeting a ?program_executed Tag and a number of file objects is created whenever a Program is done executing.
?program_executed NO (system-internal) A Tag with this symbol targeting a Program and a number of other objects is created whenever a Program is executed. The other objects are the arguments the Program was run with.
!deactivate_rule_or_option NO (system-internal) Create a Tag with this symbol targeting a Rule or an Option to deactivate it and remove it from being listed in the Decision Process. A Rule or Option with this Tag is ignored when Elody chooses what to execute next. This can be reversed by using [[symbol:!nullify]] on this Tag.
?selected_option NO (system-internal) A Tag with this symbol targeting an Option and a ?present_options Tag group is automatically created when an option is selected from a group of options.
?present_options NO (system-internal) A Tag with this symbol targeting a number of ?presented_option Tags is automatically created when a group of Options is presented.
?presented_option NO (system-internal) A Tag with this symbol targeting an Option and a number of ?named_argument Tags is automatically created when a group of Options is presented.
?option_executed NO (system-internal) A Tag with this symbol targeting an Option and a number of ?named_argument Tags is created whenever an Option is executed. The ?named_argument Tags denote the arguments the Option was run with. If the weight of this Tag is null, the Option was executed automatically. If the weight is an integer, the Option was manually selected by the user and the integer denotes which of the buttons of the Option was clicked.
?option_candidate NO (system-internal) When Elody decides what to do next and starts looking at the Options, a Tag with this symbol targeting an Option is created for each candidate Option. The weight of the Tag is the weight of the Option.
?elody_decision_process_considers_options NO (system-internal) When Elody decides what to do next and starts looking at the Options, a Tag with this symbol targeting an Option is created for each Option that is a candidate for being executed in this step if it can find suitable arguments and no other Rule or Option takes priority. The weight of the Tag is the confidence of the Option.