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Operating Systems OS X (Apple) Osx terminal Post 302937805 by xbin on Monday 9th of March 2015 01:54:02 PM
Old 03-09-2015
I'm going to suggest that you start by editing your post. You should use proper capitalization and punctuation. Write your requests in complete sentences and check your grammar.
 

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VOIKKOGC(1)						      General Commands Manual						       VOIKKOGC(1)

NAME
voikkogc - test program for Voikko grammar checker SYNOPSIS
voikkogc [options] DESCRIPTION
voikkogc is a test program for grammar checking functionality in libvoikko, library of Finnish language tools. It reads sentences or para- graphs from stdin (one per line) and print the results to stdout. The results are structures containing information about grammar errors found in the input paragraph. OPTIONS
--tokenize Instead of looking for grammar errors, split input into tokens. The tokens are prefixed by type: "W" is a word, "P" is punctuation, "S" is whitespace, "U" is unknown and "E" is a prefix for error messages. --split-sentences Instead of looking for grammar errors, split input into sentences. The sentences are prefixed by type: "B" means that end of sen- tence is a probably correct, "P" means that end of sentence is a possibly correct (but probably this and the next identified sen- tence should be joined) and "E" means that sentence ends at the end of input. -n Prefix all grammar checker messages with line number of input data. accept_titles=n accept_unfinished_paragraphs=n accept_bulleted_lists=n Set the value of the specified boolean option. explanation_language=langcode Print human readable error explanation in the specified language. BUGS
Human readable error explanations are printed in UTF-8 regardless of current locale settings. SEE ALSO
voikkospell for common options of different Voikko test tools. AUTHOR
voikkogc and this manual page were written by Harri Pitkanen (hatapitk@iki.fi). 2010-05-06 VOIKKOGC(1)

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