CLI for communicating with a Trie hosted online
Py-Trie is a command-line interface which enables communication with a global trie hosted on the Google Cloud Platform. Users can execute basic commands such as inserting, deleting, and searching words in the trie. A list of matching words can be generated through an input prefix. Users are also able to display the words present in the trie.
The following are required to be installed on your system before using Py-Trie:
- Python 3.8 or higher
To install Py-Trie, run the following command:
pip install py-trie
There are several test cases that can be found in the
test.py file located in the
cli/pytrie folder. These tests execute the commands listed in the Usage section. Some tests also simulate multiple users sending requests to the server by running processes on different threads.
To run all the test cases with the trie, run:
There are 5 basic commands that can be executed using Py-Trie:
To get a list of all possible commands, run:
To insert a word:
pytrie insert [WORD]
To remove a word:
pytrie remove [WORD]
To search a word:
pytrie search [WORD]
To generate a list of matching words based on a prefix:
pytrie autocomplete [PREFIX]
To display all existing words in the trie:
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