Python package for lexicon.
A lexicon is a data-structure which stores a set of words. The difference between a dictionary and a lexicon is that in a lexicon there are no values associated with the words. A lexicon is similar to a list of words or a set, but the internal representation is different and optimized for faster searches(of words, prefixes and wildcard patterns). Precisely the search time is O(W) where W is the length of the word. Lexpy is pure python package which implements 2 important lexicon Data-structures Trie and DirectedAcyclic Word Graph(DAWG).
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