How to extract or remove bad words within a text.

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How to extract or remove bad words within a text.

Post by alexman » Fri Aug 07, 2009 7:35 pm

So this is another great task which I can't understand how to do at least partially: So what i mean under the "bad words" it a word that after scanner recognition has a symbols, numbers or letters.
For example:
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Deleting numbers
And deleting all non word characters: as !@#$%^&*()-__=\|
And all these words I have to extract / remove.
The main problem is how to define a single word as a set of characters between spaces...
Here is the one perl pattern:
It removes some words with numbers but not all even when the number is obvious...

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Re: How to extract or remove bad words within a text.

Post by DataMystic Support » Mon Aug 10, 2009 7:56 pm

deleting all non word characters, either use a Map (Filters\Maps\New map) or use an EasyPattern

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[ <!@#$%^&*()-__=\|> ]
replace with nothing.

A word can be defined using the perl pattern

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Use a perl pattern match to match this and send the result to a subfilter. There, you can use a Filters\Remove\Remove lines\Remove matching lines with an EasyPattern of

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[ <!@#$%^&*()-__=\|> ]

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