danken at cs.technion.ac.il
Thu Aug 26 09:16:18 PDT 2004
You may take a look at the perl code of hspell v0.5, before the "C
revolution" we had.
(it's in the file hspell.pl, the interesting functions are int2gim and its
We use there the term "canonical gimatria" rather loosely, as we had to invent a
strict standard for hspell.
The opposite direction, implemented in gim2int, is straightforward and free of
I hope that helps.
On Thu, Aug 26, 2004 at 06:04:00PM +0300, Shlomo Yona wrote:
> Anyone can point me to a regular expression that can
> recognize or generate "gimatria"?
> Alternatively, anyone can point me to a resource (web page,
> article, book...) where the principles and rules are
> I'm looking for something more detailed than just the
> mapping of alphabet letters to numbers, I'm looking for the
> rules that explain what is a valid representation of a
> number in Hebrew letters.
Dan Kenigsberg http://www.cs.technion.ac.il/~danken ICQ 162180901
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