In the past week, two friends (Dean and Bill) independently told me they were amazed at how Google does spelling correction so well and quickly. Type in a search like [speling] and Google comes back in 0.1 seconds or so with Did you mean: spelling . (Yahoo and Microsoft are similar.) What surprised me is that I thought Dean and Bill, being highly accomplished engineers and mathematicians, would have good intuitions about statistical language processing problems such as spelling correction. But they didn't, and come to think of it, there's no reason they should: it was my expectations that were faulty, not their knowledge. I figured they and many others could benefit from an explanation.
What does this book cover? Installing Perl on Windows and UNIX Making use of online Perl resources like CPAN First principles in programming and the Perl syntax Working with files and databases Writing web pages in Perl Using Perl as an object-oriented language Book overview
Word Matcher is a simple web page that lets you search for words that match a given pattern. Try it now! There’s a wireless version for your mobile ’phone too.
Support for Win32, Win16, DOS16 and DOS32 all in one package . Fastest compile/link times in the industry. Powerful optimization technology with advanced register allocation and instruction scheduling . Design by Contract added into C++. SGI's Standard Template Library 3.3.
function <ctime> size_t strftime (char* ptr, size_t maxsize, const char* format, const struct tm* timeptr ); Format time as string Copies into the content of , expanding its format specifiers into the corresponding values that represent the time described in , with a limit of characters. Parameters