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Re: [swish-e] Looking for the list of indexed words

From: Bernard T. Higonnet <"Bernard>
Date: Sun, 11 May 2014 23:20:09 +0200

Hit the spot. I have found  some misspellings as expected, and now know 
why TranslateCharacters "doesn't work". It was really quite trivial, but 
I will only tell you what it was if you insist on  knowing what a nudnik 
I am...

Thanks again
Bernard Higonnet

On 05/11/14 21:06, Peter Karman wrote:
> On 5/11/14 9:39 AM, Bernard T. Higonnet wrote:
>> Hello,
>> Perhaps I am confusing swish/e with htdig which I used a long time ago,
>> but it seems to me that the indexing process produces a file containing
>> all the words actually encountered in the corpus which was indexed.
>> I have two reason for wanting to look at this file:
>> 1) it is very useful for detecting misspellings
>> 2) I'm trying to figure out why TranslateCharacters doesn't seem to work
>> for me
> there is no stand-alone file. You can dump all the words in the index with:
>   % swish-e -T INDEX_WORDS
> look at this script for example:

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