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MALAGA(1)						      Malaga quick reference							 MALAGA(1)

NAME
malaga - natural-language word and sentence analysis SYNOPSIS
malaga [-morphology|-syntax] [-quoted] [-input input] project-file DESCRIPTION
Malaga is a development environment for natural-language grammars based on the Left-Associative Grammar formalism. Malaga grammars can be used for automatic morphological and/or syntactic analysis. The program malaga is Malaga's user interface for analysing word forms and sentences, displaying the results and finding bugs in a grammar. malaga requires the name of a language-dependent project-file as a command-line argument. If no command line options are given, malaga starts in interactive mode, and you can enter commands. If you are not sure about the name of a command, use the command help to get an overview of all malaga commands. If you want to quit malaga, enter the command quit. See info Malaga for details. OPTIONS
-h[elp] Print a help text about malaga's command line arguments and exit. -i[nput] input Analyse a single word or sentence given as command line argument (only valid in morphology or syntax mode). -m[orphology] Start malaga in morphology mode. In this mode word forms are read in from the standard input stream and analysed (one word form per line). The analysis result are written to the standard output stream. -q[uoted] The input lines to be analysed are quoted (only valid in morphology or syntax mode). -s[yntax] Start malaga in syntax mode. In this mode sentences are read in from the standard input stream and analysed (one sentence per line). The analysis result is written to the standard output stream. -v[ersion] Print malaga's version number and exit. AUTHORS
Malaga was written by Bjoern Beutel. Numerous other people distributed to Malaga. This manpage was originally written for the Debian dis- tribution by Antti-Juhani Kaijanaho. SEE ALSO
mallex(1), malmake(1), malrul(1), malshow(1), malsym(1) ``Malaga 7, User's and Programmer's Manual''. Available in Debian systems via info Malaga, and, if the malaga-doc package is installed, in various formats (DVI, Postscript, PDF, HTML) under /usr/share/doc/malaga-doc/. Malaga 26 September 2006 MALAGA(1)

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NAME
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ding [options] [phrase] DESCRIPTION
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agrep(1), egrep(1), ispell(1), ding(1). http://www.tu-chemnitz.de/~fri/ding/ /usr/share/doc/ding/html/index.html AUTHOR
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