MONDAY, JANUARY 29, 2007
Greek Parser Back Online
When my website went down after Christmas, I lost the Greek parser that I had written only a few days before. Well, I have re-written it, and it is better. Not only does the new one use a (slightly) better algorithm, it also supports accents on the vowels.
It still supports the terminal sigma, just as before. And upper and lower case letters.
Isn't that cool. I had to remap a few letters. J is Θ (theta), Q is Ξ (Xi). F is Φ (Phi), both C and X are Χ (Chi).
I originally wrote it so I could talk about how Xmas isn't taking Christ out... it is right there... in the front. Don't you see it? Χρίτος is the word for Christ, and the first letter is the greek letter Χ.
Anyway, it is nice having it back. Although I don't know Hebrew too well, I think I am going to go ahead and add a rudimentary Hebrew parser. It will be a few weeks until I have it finished though.
Posted by Chet at 9:01 PM
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