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For a text file
hai! how are you?

will you come to Canada this weekend?

hai! Hello! I am fine.

No I am not coming to Canada this weekend.

I will come to Canada next week:

I will meet you next month at Canada

The output is

hai!howare 6

howareyou? 6

areyou? 1

areyou?will 5

you?willyou 5

willyoucome 5

youcometo 5

cometoCanada 7

toCanadathis 8

Canadathisweekend? 5

thisweekend? 1

thisweekend?hai! 4

weekend?hai!Hello! 4

hai!Hello!I 4

Hello!Iam 4

Iamfine. 4

amfine. 1

amfine.No 3

fine.NoI 3

NoIam 3

Iamnot 3

amnotcoming 3

notcomingto 3

comingtoCanada 3

Canadathisweekend. 3

thisweekend. 1

thisweekend.I 2

weekend.Iwill 2

Iwillcome 2

willcometo 2

toCanadanext 2

Canadanextweek: 2

nextweek: 1

nextweek:I 1

week:Iwill 1

Iwillmeet 1

willmeetyou 1

meetyounext 1

younextmonth 1

nextmonthat 1

monthatCanada 1

atCanada 1

In reply to Re^4: count trigrams of a whole file by lakssreedhar
in thread count trigrams of a whole file by lakssreedhar

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