Distorter suggestions (was:(juridical) advice)
[1/1] from: hallvard::ystad::helpinhand::com at: 12-Jan-2003 13:11
Dixit Anton (05.59 12.01.2003):
>Thesauruses list synonyms to each word, >but there is another "anti-thesaurus", >which lists antonyms - words which have the >opposite meaning of a word. I forget the name >of this book... >Maybe you could use that.
Yes. But I have to _have_ the words in a text file. I don't want to use a network lookup, because the script already takes too much time to process a page. I have been looking for _any_ kind of word lists to use, but so far, I only have found one that was really usable. Laurent suggested I use ispell dictionarys, and I already had downloaded the norwegian one, but I think I have to make and install it first. I haven't gotten around to it yet. I can't seem to find a "clean" word list inbetween the installation files.
>Also, for a more subtle approach, you could >simply negate the meaning of some sentences, by, >for example, swapping "is" <-> "is not" etc.
Yes, that might be a future feature. I'll put it on my list. Thanks. ~H