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#!/usr/bin/perl use strict; use Algorithm::MarkovChain; my $mc = Algorithm::MarkovChain->new(); unless (scalar(@ARGV) gt 0) { die "usage: file [longest_chain(int)] [longest_output(int)]" }; my $infile = shift; my $longest = shift; my $outlength = shift; unless ($longest > 2 and $longest < 10) {$longest = 3}; # sensible constraints unless ($outlength > 2 and $outlength < 20) {$outlength = 10}; if ($infile) { $| = 1; print "seeding from $infile\n"; open IN, $infile; while (<IN>) { $mc->seed(symbols => [m/(\S+)/g], longest => $longest); print "\r$. "; } print "\nSeeded, chain length $longest. Hit enter for random ut +terings of $outlength words.\n"; } while (<>) { print join(' ', $mc->spew(length => $outlength)),"\n"; }

In reply to Re: Re: Tolstoy Chains by andyf
in thread Tolstoy Chains by andyf

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