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Chicken Scheme port of Perl module Lingua::EN::Sentence https://github.com/kimryan/Lingua-EN-Sentence.
Sentence split extracts sentences from a body of text using a series of regular expressions. This project was originated by Shlomo Yona. The Perl module is currently maintained by Kim Ryan
David Ireland (djireland79 at gmail dot com)
- get-sentences TEXTprocedure
Return a list of extracted sentences.
Returns a list of acronyms.
Returns the current end of sentence marker.
- set-end-of-sentence-marker! MARKERprocedure
Set the end of sentence marker.
- add-acronyms! ACRONYMSprocedure
Add a list of additional acronyms.
(use (prefix sentence-split ss:)) (define text "Pr. Chamberlain was also a col. in the army. Chamberlain was commissioned a lt. col. in the 20th Maine Volunteer Infantry Regiment. On July 2nd, during the Battle of Gettysburg, Chamberlain's regiment occupied the extreme left of the Union lines at Little Round Top.") (for-each (lambda (x) (print "<" x ">")) (ss:get-sentences text))
Produces the following output:
<Pr. Chamberlain was also a col. in the army.>
<Chamberlain was commissioned a lt. col. in the 20th Maine Volunteer Infantry Regiment.>
<On July 2nd, during the Battle of Gettysburg, Chamberlain's regiment occupied the extreme left of the Union lines at Little Round Top.>
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