Extract text from picture [OCR reader]

gocr -i ~/Screenshot.png
Image to text converter. Convert your scanned book in image format like .png, .jpg into editable text format. OCR ==> Optical Code Reader
Sample Output
totti@totti-laptop:~$ gocr -i ~/Desktop/Screenshot-1.png 
_ 
You can drag the Line Edit and Label widgets from the Tool Box to the
Fo to get someing similar to the above screen-shot. Also, you can
resize the form to something at fits. The first two LineEdits are used for
input and the ird one for output. Our goal is to update the ird LineEdit
wi the addition of the first two LineEdits whenever they are changed.
ow save it and view the result by pressing the ''Play'' button or Cl+R.
The application will compile and run to give you what you designed on the
interface. Of course, they do nothing now, but we1l add code for it later to
n as intended.

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By: totti
2013-02-28 07:38:13

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