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VOIKKOGC(1)									      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 paragraphs 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 pre-
	      fixed 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 sentence is a probably correct, "P"
	      means that end of sentence is a possibly correct (but probably this  and	the  next
	      identified  sentence  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  set-
       tings.

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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