AXFunnel: Streamlining Command Execution for Coders
AXFunnel is a powerful auxiliary module that bridges the gap between complex command sequences and concise, intention-based representations. Whether you’re a seasoned developer or a beginner, AXFunnel enhances your coding experience by intelligently recognizing your commands’ intentions and converting them into efficient string representations.

Key Features
Intention Recognition: AXFunnel analyzes your input commands, discerning their underlying purpose. It understands context, semantics, and common patterns, allowing you to express your intentions naturally.
String Conversion: Once AXFunnel identifies the intention, it generates a succinct string representation. No more verbose or convoluted commands—AXFunnel condenses them into a format that preserves clarity while minimizing code length.
Speed Optimization: AXFunnel is lightning-fast. Its lightweight design ensures minimal overhead, making it ideal for real-time development scenarios. Say goodbye to sluggish command execution.
Intent Preservation: Unlike traditional abstractions, AXFunnel doesn’t sacrifice your original intent. It retains the essence of your commands, ensuring that the transformed strings remain meaningful and contextually accurate.


package AXJava;

import java.util.HashMap;
import java.util.Map;

public class AXFunnel {
    // funnel many inputs to fewer or one input
    // allows using command variations in skills
    private Map<String, String> dic;
    private String defaultStr;

    public AXFunnel() {
        this.dic = new HashMap<>();
        this.defaultStr = "default";

    public void setDefault(String defaultStr) {
        this.defaultStr = defaultStr;

    public AXFunnel addKV(String key, String value) {
        // add key-value pair
        dic.put(key, value);
        return this;

    public AXFunnel addK(String key) {
        // add key with default value
        dic.put(key, this.defaultStr);
        return this;

    public String funnel(String key) {
        // get value from dictionary or return the key itself as default
        return dic.getOrDefault(key, key);