BENNI(1)                                                        BENNI(1)

       benni - a user simulation program


       benni [-Cg[oarbpcARBPC]] [-w amount] [-vhbo]

Benni is a user simulation program. It takes the standard input 
and generates an output, which is as near as possible to the output of 
the real human being with the same name.

       -gX  This option starts benni in game-mode. There are several 
            different possible values for X, for the different 
	    -gr Role-playing-games. 

            -gb Board-games.

            -go escpecially Go, Weiqi, Baduk.

	    -gp Play-by-email-games.
	    -gc Computer games.
	    -ga escpecially Massive Multiplayer Online Browser Games
	    if you use the corresponding capital letter for X, you
	    start benni in game-author-mode. 
	    The option -gO is not avaiable.
       -w amount 
            Benni at work. amount is the amount of money given in
	    actual currency units you want to spend for this operation.
       -v   verbose mode.
       -h   This shows a summary of the available options.
       -o   This is the compatibility mode. You can reach the 
            old homepage of benni via this option.

       -p   This is the  political-philosophical mode.


            This variable is used to determine the used language of
	    interaction with benni. Possible values are: GERMAN, 
	    ENGLISH, C, C++, PERL, PYTHON, JAVA. Quality of output 


You should use the different -gX options at least once per week.
This is not necessary for -gc.

You should prefer GERMAN interaction instead of ENGLISH every time it is
possible. This document is generated with BENNI_LANGUAGE=ENGLISH
(possible the huge ammount of errors in it comes from this setting). 


The -w ammount option is not working properly. But it seems 
you can minimize the number of failures if you maximize the given 


Benni is copyrighted by himself. Also all derived work is copyrighted 
to him. But the program trys to assign Free Licenses as often as possible. 

Permission is granted to copy, distribute and/or modify this homepage under
the terms of the GNU Free Documentation License, 
Version 1.1 or any later version published by the Free Software Foundation;
with no Invariant Sections, with no Front-Cover Texts, and with no
Back-Cover Texts.