v1.00 (c) 1993 Ed T. Toton III, All Rights Reserved.
Just what is Frazier? He's a silly mixed up therapist roughly based on the
old AI chat system named Eliza. But Frazier adds a little twist. He
constantly is going off-topic to tell you his latest gossip! And it rarely
makes any sense!
Running Frazier is quite simple. Simply run it, and talk to it, and type
"BYE" to exit. It's that simple! The data files can be modified, as they
are in ascii text. I think how they work is quite self-explanitory, so
I won't go into detail about them.
Frazier's word file is compatable with Quick Quotes 4.0, so the
Quick-Chooser and it's dictionary can be used with Frazier.
Frazier is copyrighted. You may not make any changes to the program or
documentation (except the data files). You may freely make copies for friends
or upload it to BBS's, but you may not charge any money for it! Shareware
Disk vendors are OK though. You may not include it as part of any larger
package without getting my permission first.
Special thanks go to Frederick B. Maxwell, Jr. The keyword/response tables
are based upon the external data file used by his Basic version of Eliza.