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AKA RSoul.

I love R but hate the unreasonable effectiveness of mathematics!

You can email me at kafkaesque1978 at gmail.com


Dec
18
comment Count of hyphenated words and their unhyphenated counterparts in latex files
Thanks. Good luck is most definitely needed! But I think that's a discussion best suited to academia.stackexchange.com
Dec
18
awarded  Benefactor
Dec
18
accepted Count of hyphenated words and their unhyphenated counterparts in latex files
Dec
13
comment Count of hyphenated words and their unhyphenated counterparts in latex files
Thinking about it, what is a new line? Since I am writing in Latex, aren't all paragraphs just one long line? Paragraphs are denoted by leaving a blank line. In that case none of the words should hang over the line as in your example. But then again I am more of a latex person than a grep person. I am a fellow archer though...thanks for the further input.
Dec
12
awarded  Editor
Dec
12
revised Count of hyphenated words and their unhyphenated counterparts in latex files
added 4 characters in body; edited title
Dec
11
awarded  Promoter
Dec
10
comment Count of hyphenated words and their unhyphenated counterparts in latex files
Interesting addition.
Dec
9
comment Count of hyphenated words and their unhyphenated counterparts in latex files
It certainly fulfils the first part of my requirements, as I now have frequency information for all words (hyphenated or not) in my document. It is not clear how to find the same information for the nonhyphenated versions. For example: fear = 89. spider-fear = 93. spider = 114. Not all spider and fear are unhyphenated version of spider-fear.
Dec
9
comment Count of hyphenated words and their unhyphenated counterparts in latex files
That's interesting. I already use texcount for wordcount, but didn't realise it could give me frequency information.
Dec
9
asked Count of hyphenated words and their unhyphenated counterparts in latex files
Sep
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Sep
7
comment In the event of power loss how will the master UPS communicate shutdown to the slave over LAN?
This was solved. I am happy for the question to be deleted. FTR I use apcupsd and have the network switch on the UPS. Now all the computers can shutdown when the power is out. Excellent.
Jan
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awarded  Informed
Nov
23
accepted In the event of power loss how will the master UPS communicate shutdown to the slave over LAN?
Nov
23
comment In the event of power loss how will the master UPS communicate shutdown to the slave over LAN?
Now that is just what I am looking for. Thanks.
Nov
23
comment In the event of power loss how will the master UPS communicate shutdown to the slave over LAN?
Not really in a position to test this moment, but will try pulling out a few cords latter. As for running the switch box off the UPS, I did think of that, but they are power lead incompatible....
Nov
23
asked In the event of power loss how will the master UPS communicate shutdown to the slave over LAN?
Aug
17
comment Batch fold text files with bash script
Interesting. I will one day get around to understanding sed. ;)
Aug
17
awarded  Scholar