Commands tagged diction (1)

  • Style analyses the surface characteristics of the writing style of a document. It prints various readability grades, length of words, sentences and paragraphs. It can further locate sentences with certain characteristics. If no files are given, the document is read from standard input. style is part of "diction" package Show Sample Output


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    style TEXT-FILE
    alperyilmaz · 2010-10-27 08:07:04 31

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