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3== Sentence Split
4
5Chicken port Scheme port of Perl module Lingua::EN::Sentence [[https://github.com/kimryan/Lingua-EN-Sentence]].
6=== Description
7
8Sentence split extracts sentences from a body of text using a series of regular expressions. This project was originated by Shlomo Yona. The Perl module is currently maintained by Kim Ryan
9
10=== Project / Source Code Repository
11
12[[https://gitlab.com/maxwell79/chicken-sentence-split]]
13
14=== Maintainer
15
16David Ireland (djireland79 at gmail dot com)
17
18== API
19
20
21<procedure>(get-sentences TEXT)</procedure>
22
23Return a list of extracted sentences.
24
25<procedure>(acronyms)</procedure>
26
27Returns a list of acronyms.
28
29<procedure>(end-of-sentence-marker) </procedure>
30
31Returns the current end of sentence marker.
32
33<procedure>(set-end-of-sentence-marker! MARKER) </procedure>
34
35Set the end of sentence marker.
36
37<procedure>(add-acronyms! ACRONYMS) </procedure>
38
39Add a list of additional acronyms.
40
41== Changelog
42
43* 0.1 Initial Release
44
45== License
46
47This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under
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56--- The GNU General Public License, Version 1, February 1989 ---
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58This software is Copyright (c) 2016 by Kim Ryan.
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