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Fig AI

Fig AI

Code Assistant

Fig AI
Fig is a tool that makes the command line easier and more collaborative. One of its features is Fig AI, which can translate natural language into Bash commands. Fig AI is based on OpenAI's Codex language model, which can understand and generate code from natural language input.
Paid plans start from $5/mo.

To use Fig AI, you can run fig ai followed by your input in English. For example, if you want to list all the files in your current directory, you can type fig ai list files here and Fig AI will generate the Bash command ls -a for you. You can also use # as a shorthand for fig ai, so you can type # list files here instead.

Fig AI can handle various types of input, such as finding files, undoing git commits, printing numbers, and more. You can find some examples of input and output on the Fig user manual page for AI: https://fig.io/user-manual/ai

However, you should always be careful when using Fig AI, as the terminal is a sensitive environment and you don't want to run commands that might harm your system or data. Always check the generated commands before executing them and make sure you know what they do. If you have any feedback or issues with Fig AI, you can contact the Fig team at hello@fig.io or tweet at them @fig.

  •  It can save you time and hassle by translating natural language into Bash commands .
  •  It is based on OpenAI's Codex language model, which can generate accurate results based on your input .
  •  It has a simple and intuitive syntax that you can use with # or fig ai commands .

  •  It is currently only available on Fig Pro, which requires a subscription fee.
  •  It may not always generate the correct or optimal commands for your needs, so you should always check them before executing them .
  •  It may not support all the features or commands that you want to use in your terminal.

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