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Sentence Parser for Python

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This is a code for the sentence parsing that does its job properly and FAST.

The main problem is that you really need a database of abbreviations so that phrases such as "Dr. Smith" are not calculated as 2 sentences, which means that the good parser must be language dependent. I am also providing a list of all English abbreviations with the code.

You can always tweak the code to get a nicer output, but the main idea is still there, and completed with this little program.

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English

Intended Audience

Developers

Programming Language

Python

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2013-03-28

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