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Auto-Improve your prompts. Humans tend to miss out important information and talk in non-logical ways. This is bad for your prompts, because ChatGPT might notvunderstand you. Let ChatGPT uncover logic flaws in your prompt. Best used to fix up super-prompts which are at the edge of technological possibilites.

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Prompt: Check the following prompt-part for logical consistency and clarity of given instruction. Assign as score between 0% to 100%. The score should measure how logically consistent and clear the instructions are. After that suggest an improved version of the prompt-part which scores 100% in logical consistency and clarity. Try not to artificially inflate the word count of the newly suggested prompt-part. I prefer short and consistent, logically correct prompt suggestions. Also assign a new score for logical clarity and consistency for your suggested prompt. Prompt-part ="{{Enter prompt part to check and improve}}"


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