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Building a Virtual Assistant for Raspberry Pi: The practical guide for constructing a voice-controlled virtual assistant by Tanay Pant

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© Tanay Pant 2016

Tanay Pant, Building a Virtual Assistant for Raspberry Pi, 10.1007/978-1-4842-2167-9_6

6. Developing a Note-Taking Application

Tanay Pant

(1)Ghaziabad, Uttar Pradesh, India

A virtual assistant would not be truly useful if it didn’t help with tasks such as writing notes for you so you don’t have to pick up a pen or type your creative thoughts on the keyboard. This chapter covers the steps to build a voice-controlled, note-taking application using Python code and a SQLite3 database. This application lets the reader save any message in the database with the help of the note keyword and retrieve the notes later by asking Melissa to do so.

The application uses a SQLite database to save the notes. Python by default installs SQLite3, so ...

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