My suggestion, and I could be wrong, is you would have to try and find the word in each
of the languages dictinaries you have and any word that came up in more than one language
would require user intervention to decide what language it is. possibly at the end of parsing
all the files you get a summery with all the words that are undetermend, and the sentince the
word was found in and the languages it was found in, they the user just has to decide which one
it's not a very optimized approach but least the way I see it, it should
learning Perl one statement at a time.
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