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January 12, 2006, 12:05 am
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has anybody scripted online translators?
I got the task to build one but it should traslate big pieces of text at
once - up to 5000 words!!! Traslation is simple - just words replacing.
How to create dictionary correct - DB based or file with plain text? I'm
searching the way to gain as much speed as possible. I realise - (not
sure) that most convinient would be to read all dictionary into the hash
(native => alien) and then change the words on-fly. But what if the
dictionary is too big to fit server's RAM? So i'm not sure about this
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Re: Dictionary principle
No, translation is NOT simple. It's a lot more than just word
replacement. You need to look at the syntax rules, idioms, and even the
different definitions for a single word.
In fact, there's so much to it even the best programmers haven't come up
with a decent translator after years of trying and improving.
For instance - translating your text above to French and back to English
whoever has the translators in line préétablirs? I obtained to give the
responsability it to build one but him if the traslate of great pieces
of text immediately - up to 5000 words! ! ! Traslation is simple -
replacement right of words. How to create the correct dictionary - dB
based or file with the flat text? I seek the manner of gaining speed
like possible as much. I realize - (nonsure) which convinient are to
read all the dictionary in parasitic information (native = foreign) and
to change the words then flies over. But what if the dictionary is too
large to adapt the RAM of the waiter? Thus I am not sure about this method.
Other languages are worse.
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