using string as segmentation marker
Thread poster: Stefano Crivellaro

Stefano Crivellaro  Identity Verified
Italy
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Italian to English
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Feb 25, 2011

Hi all,

is there any way to have MT automatically split a paragraph into two segments when it finds a specific string?

Example: given a paragraph "aaaaaaa bbbbbbb cccc dddd ffffff" I need it to split it into "aaaaaaa bbbbbbb cccc" and "dddd ffffff" whenever the string " cccc" is found in the source text.

I know you can have MT automatically split after e.g. "; " or ". " etc. and that you can define a sequence after which a split is done, but I need to do t
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Hi all,

is there any way to have MT automatically split a paragraph into two segments when it finds a specific string?

Example: given a paragraph "aaaaaaa bbbbbbb cccc dddd ffffff" I need it to split it into "aaaaaaa bbbbbbb cccc" and "dddd ffffff" whenever the string " cccc" is found in the source text.

I know you can have MT automatically split after e.g. "; " or ". " etc. and that you can define a sequence after which a split is done, but I need to do the same using a string that contains more than two characters...

thanks

stef
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