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Old 26 March 2022, 22:05   #1
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awordle - Wordle console implementation

This is a Wordle implementation for console.
Computer picks a random 5 letter word from a list, you have to guess it.
You got 6 tries. Each time you try a guess, you get hints.
On Amiga console the following color scheme is used. (Provided you are on default palette)
- Black, this letter is not contained in the word
- Orange (1.3) / Blue (>=2.0), letter exists but not in that position
- White, letter exists and in the right place

That's the standard (besides the actual colors) Wordle.

Source code included in archive.

--- Cheats ---

Cheat #1:
if instead of a 5 letter word guess you type 'list', then you get the words that remain if you apply all the previous hints you already got.

Cheat #2:
If you go to play the official Wordle (https://www.nytimes.com/games/wordle/index.html), you can encode the hints you get from there.
Say you start with guess word 'raise' and you get 5 gray letters, you can encode this hint as
you prepend each letter with 0 for gray, 1 for yellow, 2 for green, and then you can type 'list' and get the possible words.
You continue inputing the hints and just type 'list' and list of possible words gets smaller and smaller.
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