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Old 05-08-2007, 07:09 PM   #5
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Post Examples of Usage

The following posts give examples to the ease-of-use of pielrf.

First, Thomas More's Utopia. I moved the Gutenberg license to the end, and added <chapter> tags.

All in all, less than 5 minutes of preparation!
pielrf -i utopia.txt -o utopia.lrf -t Utopia -a "Thomas More"
Note that the paragraphs are REALLY LONG in Utopia (and so are the sentences).

-Pie
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