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Re: Create a dictionary from wikipedia

by Old_Gray_Bear (Bishop)
on Jul 31, 2012 at 15:29 UTC ( #984610=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Create a dictionary from wikipedia

So what code do you have, and where are you having problems?

If I were going to approach the problem, I'd define "Meaningful Content" in terms of it's characteristics (it appears in a <title> or <subtitle>, it uses a particular CSS strophe, it has an XPATH that looks like ___, etc).

Then, just do it.

I Go Back to Sleep, Now.


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Re^2: Create a dictionary from wikipedia
by vit (Pilgrim) on Jul 31, 2012 at 16:13 UTC
    That's the point. Of course I can do everything from scratch using Perl, Python or Java, including trying to understand what is the meaningful content.
    But I kind of thought that there is a solution for this which somebody could share.

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[erix]: who can explain to me why Primary Key Fragmentation (whatever it may be) might be a problem?
[jedikaiti]: Pretty!
[erix]: ( TBH, I think it's a load of bull -- but maybe I'm mistaken )
[erix]: Hey that's Hungary - wave down ambrus and tell him to reboot his systems!
[choroba]: it might be a problem if you expect to reach the maximal possible value soon without squashing the ids
[erix]: that's really impossible with bigint

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