#perl - Fri 6 Apr 2007 between 00:00 and 00:22

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Davemanyay
mangle.pm uses whatever the literary module (I forget the name), which does as you requested.
Chris62vwyou can always hire a bunch of indians to do the parsing for you, real cheap
WoostaNet::Dict
Not really what I wanted
bpalmerThe sentence 'buffalo buffalo buffalo buffalo buffalo buffalo.' somehow seems appropriate
WoostaWas hoping for sentance structure parsing so it could recognise unknown nouns "I'm going to the truf" => ["I", "truf"]
bpalmeror, capitalized correctly, Buffalo buffalo Buffalo buffalo Buffalo buffalo.
WoostaLingua::EN::Tagger - Part-of-speech tagger for English natural language processing
^^ yay
Get a list of all nouns and noun phrases with occurrence counts
Davemanyeah, that one :p
Gumbybrain: use Lingua::Lengua
GumbyBRAINLingua::en::tagger - part-of-speech tagger for english natural language processing.
Daveman-_-;
RatrophyAhoy mateys
WoostaWhat's the 'neatest' way to write: next if $word (has more than two spaces)
Mmm .. I guess if it does, I don't care, so I could s/\s// > 2
Bah, no I can't :-D
ScribbleJif($foo =~ m/\s.*\s/) ?
mademoisellewarnings generated with carp don't seem to be treated as fatal when "use warnings FATAL => 'all';" is in effect -- anyone know how I can force them to be fatal? (writing module tests...)
ScribbleJEr...
Oops
if($foo =~ m/\s[^\s]*\s/) ?
Heh
Woosta\s\S+\s
ScribbleJDoh.
Davemanpearl
Khisanthnext if $word =~ tr/ / / > 2;
WoostaKhisanth: that feels like it might be faster .. ?
mademoisellerun them each 4000 times and see
Khisanthwell that also won't alter $word
Woostayup
Ratrophyword, write letterz 'n shit, yo
Aankhen``Daveman: U FAIL LOL
Davemano_O
hoenoes
Aankhen``Whose nose?!
Daveman:p
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