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hfst-apertium-proc - =Usage: hfst-proc [-a [-p|-C|-x] [-k]|-g|-n|-d|-t] [-W] [-n N] [-c|-w] [-z] [-v|-q|]


hfst-proc [-a [-p|-C|-x] [-k]|-g|-n|-d|-t] [-W] [-n N] [-c|-w] [-z] [-v|-q|]


transducer_file [input_file [output_file]]

Perform a transducer lookup on a text stream, tokenizing on the fly Transducer must be in HFST optimized lookup format

Morphological analysis (default)
Morphological generation
Morph. generation without unknown word marks
Morph. generation with everything printed
Tokenize the input stream into symbols (for debugging)
Apertium output format for analysis (default)
Constraint Grammar output format for analysis
Xerox output format for analysis
Treat '+' and '#' as compound boundaries
Retain compound analyses even when analyses with fewer compound-boundaries are available
Print final analysis weights (if any)
Print the raw analysis string as sub-reading in CG output
Output no more than N analyses (if the transducer is weighted, the N best analyses)
Output no more than N best weight classes (where analyses with equal weight constitute a class
Perform lookup using the literal case of the input characters
Output results using dictionary case instead of surface case
Flush output on the null character
Be verbose
Don't be verbose (default)
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Do not perform any mangling to: case, ``superblanks'' or anything else!!!


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hfst-proc 0.0 (hfst 3.12.2)
Mar 23 2017 15:03:05 copyright (C) 2009-2011 University of Helsinki

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