Random name generation. More...
|typedef unsigned short||name_probs [S_WORD+1][S_WORD+1][TOTAL+1]|
|static void||build_prob (name_probs probs, const char **learn)|
|This function builds probability tables from a list of purely alphabetical lower-case words, and puts them into the supplied name_probs object. |
|size_t||randname_make (randname_type name_type, size_t min, size_t max, char *word_buf, size_t buflen, const char ***sections)|
|Use W. |
|const char ***||name_sections|
|Array[RANDNAME_NUM_TYPES][num_names] of random names. |
Random name generation.
Copyright (c) 2007 Antony Sidwell, Sheldon Simms
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This function builds probability tables from a list of purely alphabetical lower-case words, and puts them into the supplied name_probs object.
The array of names should have a NULL entry at the end of the list. It relies on the ASCII character set (through use of A2I).
Referenced by randname_make().
|const char ***||sections|
Make a random name.
Sheldon Simms' random name generator algorithm (Markov Chain stylee).
Generate a random word using the probability tables we built earlier. Relies on the A2I and I2A macros (and so the ASCII character set) and is_a_vowel (so the basic 5 English vowels).