[Tutor] need a tutorial in tokens ,different types
dyoo at hkn.eecs.berkeley.edu
Mon Nov 21 06:46:49 CET 2005
Taking python-list out of CC yet again.
Enas, please fix your email client setup. I really don't want to
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You been warned twice now not to crosspost. You continue to crosspost the
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so I doubt your behavior is accidental now: it looks pretty deliberate to
Enas, please don't push me into the Bad Cop role. Change your behavior:
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On Sun, 20 Nov 2005, Alan Gauld wrote:
> > could any one suggest me tutorials in different tokenizations and
> > clear describtion of how can i use token type and assign diff
> > attributes to tokens
> What kind of tokens? Are we talking lexical tokens in a parser or
> security tokens or what?
Anyway, I think we are talking about the tokens defined by the NLTK
natural language toolkit. I'm not sure we can do much better than
recommend the tutorials that come with NLTK:
They go through several examples of assigning attributes to tokens. If
you has questions about NLTK, again, Enas may be better off asking on an
NLTK-specific mailing list. There's one specifically set up for
> > also good tutorials in diff data types in python
> The official documentaton explains most of it.
> You can try the Raw Materials topic in my tutorial if you like.
Those tutorials are here:
They should give enough grounding to understand how NLTK works better.
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