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Re: separating text words in similarity classes using levenshtein

by ian (Beadle)
on Dec 10, 2007 at 17:41 UTC ( #656182=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to separating text words in similarity classes using levenshtein

I was not able to see any results after following your link.

Taking a quick look at your data, I might suggest using regexes and Regexp::Assemble. Perl Hacks demonstrates how to use Regexp::Assemble to build a dispatch table that you may find helpful.

-- Ian Tegebo


Comment on Re: separating text words in similarity classes using levenshtein
Re^2: separating text words in similarity classes using levenshtein
by spx2 (Chaplain) on Dec 10, 2007 at 20:18 UTC
    thank you for the suggestion,actually I needed that ,but in a different part of the project.It's very useful. I'm not sure how to apply it here
Re^2: separating text words in similarity classes using levenshtein
by spx2 (Chaplain) on Dec 10, 2007 at 20:27 UTC
    I've just verified the links and they work. Please try again

      The results link doesn't work for me either, well it works but its completly blank here.

      It would be much better to provide some small samples embeded in your code here. That way if someone else comes along next year all the data will still be here.


      ___________
      Eric Hodges
        I solved the problem.
        Sorry for the inconvenience
        Opera cached my pages so I couldn't verify properly
        Refresh your pages also so you'll see the pages :)
        If they were displayed or not
        about the data beeing there after a year from now,
        trust me ,it will be there.

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