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revised Are there any algorithms for splitting or combining words into their more common form?
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comment Are there any algorithms for splitting or combining words into their more common form?
@mgw854 My guess is that "to ad" and "toad" would be considered similar or the same. I guess that depends on the specifics of the algorithm though.
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asked Are there any algorithms for splitting or combining words into their more common form?
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accepted Fuzzy search for a sub-string without tokens
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accepted I have 200k lines of poorly designed code, will units tests or integration tests be more valuable?
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comment When am I justified in using a License?
Licenses involve more than the authors rights. If you want others to be able to use your code, you need to include a license; otherwise any law-fearing person or entity will not use your code. For example, I found some useful source code on github but would not use it because there was no license giving me permission to use it. I contacted the author who had intended for others to use it and promptly added a MIT license at my request.
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asked When do rounding problems become a real problem? Is the least significant digit being one off really a big deal?