Flo, ... I asked, because that approach is counter to the original request. Not that there was a whole lot of input from the requester. However, he did furnish
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, Jun 30, 2007
--- In email@example.com, "Flo" <flo.gehrke@...> wrote:
> > Also, why sort the short words to the bottom?
> This has been described by Sheri before. Sheri also explained why
> this isn't really necessary when running the clip on word lists and
I asked, because that approach is counter to the original request.
Not that there was a whole lot of input from the requester.
However, he did furnish an example, that specifically searched for
partial words. Hence my curiosity.
> are many more applications I could think of. Why not comparing two
> word lists, e.g. by subtracting list A from list B in order to get
> the difference?
Ahh! Good idea.
> For me, dealing with word lists is mainly related to
> Text Retrieval and indexing of text databases, and NT has become an
> indispensable tool in this field.
Hm, mine is more in the area of glossaries, but NT is just as
indispensable to me.
Thanks for your comments.
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