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Solidity to ELI5 compiler (human readable smart contract generator)

So I've created a quick demo of a compiler that takes Solidity source code and outputs an ELI5 explanation. The idea is to be able to generate simple yet detailed explanations of smart contract code for non-developers to understand what is going on. I have two questions for you, the reader. 1. Is this useful to you? 2. How would you like me to improve upon the initial prototype? Here's a link to the repo: [https://github.com/lastmjs/eli5-smart-contracts](https://github.com/lastmjs/eli5-smart-contracts) Here's the fully automated output after running the compiler on the Dai smart contract: In total, 1 contract was found. # Dai Welcome to the Dai contract. ## Functions Dai has 10 functions that you can use. Their names are rely, deny, transfer, mint, burn, approve, push, pull, move, and permit. ### rely rely has 1 input that you need to provide. It returns no outputs. #### Inputs The first input is called guy, and it is an address. #### Outputs There are no outputs. #### Functionality Yet to be implemented ### deny deny has 1 input that you need to provide. It returns no outputs. #### Inputs The first input is called guy, and it is an address. #### Outputs There are no outputs. #### Functionality Yet to be implemented ### transfer transfer has 2 inputs that you need to provide. It returns 1 outputs. #### Inputs The first input is called dst, and it is an address. The second input is called wad, and it is an uint. #### Outputs The only output does not have a name, and it is a bool. #### Functionality Yet to be implemented ### mint mint has 2 inputs that you need to provide. It returns no outputs. #### Inputs The first input is called usr, and it is an address. The second input is called wad, and it is an uint. #### Outputs There are no outputs. #### Functionality Yet to be implemented ### burn burn has 2 inputs that you need to provide. It returns no outputs. #### Inputs The first inp...
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