Prompting LLMs to constrain output

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  • guidance

    A guidance language for controlling large language models.

    have been experimenting with guidance and lmql. a bit too early to give any well formed opinions but really do like the idea of constraining llm output.

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  • lmql

    A language for constraint-guided and efficient LLM programming.

    have been experimenting with guidance and lmql. a bit too early to give any well formed opinions but really do like the idea of constraining llm output.

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