The slot is a rectangular area in ice hockey that extends towards the blue line and is the fourth position on a flying display. The word slot is derived from the Latin word sleutana, which means “to cut or provide.” In 1888, the sense was expanded to include the action of dropping a coin into a slot. Its current sense is “to place something in a position in a slot”. The term is also used to describe the area in hockey where a faceoff takes place.

The slot can be used to pass reusable functionality from one component to another. Its v-bind directive allows you to bind multiple values to one slot and pass functions to another. Many libraries use scoped slots for reusable components. A v-slot has an alias of #, so you can use it in your code as well. For example, you can replace v-slot:header=”data” with v-slot:default=”data”.

When creating an utterance, a user can include multiple slots or none at all. By specifying the number of rooms desired, date and type of room, and more, the bot can map slots to entities in the utterance. It is also possible to add a slot to an utterance from the Slots and Utterance tab. Alternatively, the user can add a slot by entering its name. When creating an utterance, you can create as many slots as you need by adding a new utterance.