Commands by parmegv (1)

  • You can use any dictionary you want, in any language. This command will output all single-word annotations that you have underlined in your Kindle device (provided the file) given a list of language-specific words. If you want to learn vocabulary, this command is ideal.


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    awk -F" " '{ if ( NF == 1 ) { print $0 } }' KINDLE_NOTES_FILE.txt | sed -e '/^=/d' | sed -e '/^[[:space:]]*$/d' -e 's/,//g' | sort | comm -12 List_of_language_words.txt - | uniq
    parmegv · 2011-08-15 14:35:33 0

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