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Thanks for sharing this! Had the same idea and I'm glad I found that I'm not alone wanting to play wordle on my terminal. 🙂
I often play wordle in hard mode, which means that "yellow" and "green" hints must appear in subsequent attempts. Makes for a more challenging game since you cannot "cheat" by trying 10 unique letters on your first two tries.
My approach was to create a new
hints data structure within
game, so the logic can be isolated and doesn't need to check the board directly. Let me know what do you think.
I was trying to think of how to get the useful wordle keyboard experience, where you can see what letters are gray. That's probably hard to do, but you could flag (maybe with a dark red letter) in the text entry box when a "gray letter" is used?