[Wolves] Is it possible...

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Tue Jun 23 06:47:32 UTC 2009

Octavio Augusto Sánchez Velázquez wrote:
> El lun, 22-06-2009 a las 18:27 +0100, DragonMaster escribió:
>> Octavio Augusto Sánchez Velázquez wrote:
>>> Is it possible to use some programs like bash or tr or sed or some stuff
>>> like that to make kind of language processing?
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>> What is it you are trying to achieve?  I use Bash and Awk on a daily 
>> basis to process files and generate database data...
>> DM
> Ok, I use Python to process text, specially because ther is this sweet
> pakage called NLTK, which runs on python, With it I can do a lot of
> things, like parsing, tagging, generate grammars, etc... but it delay's
> like .5 seconds to load, even in a cuad processor it would delay
> like .25 secs... that is a lot when you try to run the process over
> 10000 files or so. So I came with the Idea to make some of this stuff
> directly on bash, but first I want to know if it is possible, now that
> you tell me that it could be I think I will try to translate to bash...
> Thank you a lot.

The best way would have to be C(something) and then compile, unless 
there is a compiler for Python ??



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