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# WolfieSay

Have Wolfie say an expression

Contributed by: Richard Hennigan (Wolfram Research)
 ResourceFunction["WolfieSay"][thing] asks a cool wolf to say thing. ResourceFunction["WolfieSay"][thing,pos] positions the wolf according to the position specified by pos.

## Details and Options

ResourceFunction["WolfieSay"] is a variation of the world-famous resource function ResourceFunction["BirdSay"].

## Examples

### Basic Examples

Have a wolf say your output:

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Position the wolf on the right:

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WolfieSay a cool wolf:

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WolfieSay an even cooler wolf:

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### Scope

Position at the top left:

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Position at the left top:

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See all valid positions:

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### Applications

Create a notebook that prints messages in a really cool way:

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### Properties and Relations

WolfieSay can say a BirdSay:

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Similarly, BirdSay can say a WolfieSay:

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The output of WolfieSay is an Interpretation that can be copied and pasted:

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Copy and paste the output into another expression:

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Say WolfieSay:

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WolfieSay what was just said:

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### Possible Issues

It is very tempting to WolfieSay everything:

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### Neat Examples

WolfieSay a Wolfram:

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WolfieSay another wolfram:

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This one is probably a stretch:

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WolfieSay a WolfieSay that is WolfieSaying a WolfieSay more times than you care to say WolfieSay:

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Act out a play:

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