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Persian Spell_Checker in Python

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#author: Amin Etesamian #date: 26/12/1394 - 22:46 pm

  1. introduction

here is a persian spell checker written in python. in order to use it, first create an instance of SpellChecker class by providing it with a dictionary. then using the Correct method, you are given a dictionary containg the checked word, it’s status(which is wrong) and suggestions for the purpose of correction. for example:

>>>my_spell_checker = SpellChecker(my_dictionary_file) >>>print(my_spell_checker.correct(the_word_to_be_corrected)) would give such result:

{[ ‘word’: the_word_to_be_corrected, ‘ud’: false, ‘suggestions’: [suggestion[0], suggestion[1], …] ]}

2. installation simply open your terminal an type: pip(desired version) install persian_spell_checker(desired version).

in case of any bug encounter, please submit your report at https://github.com/eteamin/persian_spell_checker

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