Lingua::Klingon::Segment - Segment Klingon words into syllables and letters
This document refers to version 1.03 of Lingua::Klingon::Segment, released on 2004-05-17.
use Lingua::Klingon::Segment; my @syllables = Lingua::Klingon::Segment::syllabify('monghom'); # @syllables = qw(mon ghom) my @letters = Lingua::Klingon::Segment::spell('monghom'); # @letters = qw(m o n gh o m)
use Lingua::Klingon::Segment ':all'; my @syllables = syllabify('mongHom'); # @syllables = qw(mong Hom) my @letters = spell('mongHom'); # @letters = qw(m o ng H o m)
use Lingua::Klingon::Segment qw( syllabify ); my @syllables = syllabify('vavoy'); # @syllables = qw(va voy)
Lingua::Klingon::Segment is a module which allows you to decompose Klingon words into syllables and letters.
Lingua::Klingon::Segment exports no functions by default, in order to avoid namespace pollution. However, all functions listed here can be imported explicitly by naming them, or they can be imported all together by using the tag ':all'.
This subroutine splits a given word or phrase into syllables. It returns the list of syllables that make up that word or phrase.
If the input is a multi-word phrase, the output is the list of all syllables in that phrase, regardless of which word they came from (for example, the output of "syllabify 'jISop vIneH'" is qw(jI Sop vI neH).
In scalar context, returns the number of syllables in the input.
This subroutine splits a given word or phrase into letters. It returns the list of letters that make up that word or phrase (counting all Klingon letters as one, including 'ch', 'gh', 'ng', and 'tlh').
If the input is a multi-word phrase, the output is the list of all Klingon letters in that phrase. Non-letters such as spaces or punctuation are not included.
If the input includes words which are not Klingon words, the output is undefined.
In scalar context, returns the number of Klingon letters in the input.
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