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Old 01-29-2013, 04:21 AM   #117
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Originally Posted by xiongmao86 View Post
This tab2opf script, I assume it doesn't solve the inflection problem, is it?
Nope. You'll need to run an additional script that'll insert the inflections for each word. For example, an English-German dictionary would look like this:

Code:
<html>
<body>

<idx:entry>
	<b><idx:orth>book
	<idx:infl>
		<idx:iform value="books"/>
	</idx:infl>
	</idx:orth> </b> 
	<i>Subst.</i> <br/>
	Buch (n)
</idx:entry>

<hr/>

<idx:entry>
	<b><idx:orth>go
	<idx:infl>
		<idx:iform value="goes"/>
		<idx:iform value="going"/>
		<idx:iform value="went"/>
		<idx:iform value="gone"/>
	</idx:infl>
	</idx:orth> </b> 
	<i>Verb</i> <br/>
	gehen
</idx:entry>

</body>
</html>
What language combination are you interested in?
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