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"Did You Mean?" suggestions for your Python3 projects.

Project description

didYouMean

didYouMean is Python module that you can use to correct spelling mistakes. It leverages Google Translate's "Did You Mean" feature, detecting the input language unless you specify one.

Requirements

  • Python3
  • selenium

Usage

python didYouMean.py "fotball"
> football
python didYouMean.py "football"
> football
python didYouMean.py "ich bin mude" "de"
> ich bin müde
from didyoumean3.didyoumean import did_you_mean
did_you_mean("fotball") # -> football
did_you_mean("football") # -> football
did_you_mean("ich bin mude") # -> ich bin müde

Credits

Adapted by @PLNech based on the work by @bkvirendra.

License

DidYouMean3 is free software under the Gnu GPLv3 license.

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