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.TH MEGAHAL 1 
.SH NAME
megahal, megahal-personal \- chat with megahal
.SH SYNOPSIS
.B megahal
.br
.B megahal-personal
.SH "DESCRIPTION"
.BR megahal
is a conversation simulator. It differs from conversation simulators
such as Eliza in that it uses a Markov Model to learn how to hold a 
conversation. It is possible to teach MegaHAL to talk about new topics,
and in different languages.
.BR megahal-personal
is a varient of megahal that saves its state files in ~/.megahal/ when it
exits. This lets each user have thier own personal megahal.
.SH OPTIONS
.IP "--no-prompt, -p"
Do not display prompt when asking user for input. This is a debian-specific
modification, and is useful mainly if you want to interface megahal to
another program.
.IP "--no-wrap, -w"
Do not word-wrap text megahal outputs. This is a debian-specific
modification, and is useful mainly if you want to interface megahal to
another program.
.IP "--no-banner, -b"
Supress the startup banner. This is a debian-specific
modification, and is useful mainly if you want to interface megahal to
another program.
.SH "SEE ALSO"
/usr/share/doc/megahal/README.TXT.gz
.SH AUTHOR
This manual page was written by Joey Hess,
for the Debian GNU/Linux system.