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Perhaps the following will be helpful:

use strict; use warnings; use Lingua::EN::Tagger qw(add_tags); my %tags; my $postagger = new Lingua::EN::Tagger; my $text = "the quick brown fox jumped over the lazy dog"; my $tagged = $postagger->add_tags($text); print $tagged, "\n\n"; $tags{ uc $1 }++ while $tagged =~ m!<([^/]+?)>!g; print "$_: $tags{$_}\n" for sort keys %tags;

Output:

<det>the</det> <jj>quick</jj> <jj>brown</jj> <nn>fox</nn> <vbd>jumped< +/vbd> <in>over</in> <det>the</det> <jj>lazy</jj> <nn>dog</nn> DET: 2 IN: 1 JJ: 3 NN: 2 VBD: 1

In reply to Re: Best way to print variables in regex by Kenosis
in thread Best way to print variables in regex by Mordan

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