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 UWA week 19 (1st semester, week 10) ↓
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8:03pm Sun 15th May, Peter M.

Does anyone on this forum know the answer to this question: For the purposes of Assignment 2, are words that begin with an apostrophe (e.g., "'Roo", "'em") classified as conjunctions or just as simple words?


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8:16pm Sun 15th May, ANONYMOUS

I treated them as normal words and got profile correctly. So in my opinion - they are not conjunctions


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9:49pm Sun 15th May, Peter M.

Have you tested on the Huckleberry Finn full text and still match Michael's profile?


 UWA week 20 (1st semester, week 11) ↓
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2:40pm Tue 17th May, Marc E.

Here's the thing - if I count 'Roo as NOT a contraction, I get the sample profile right. However, I now get the Hucklebery_Finn.txt incorrect for the number of contractions. Now, I adapt my code to match Hucklebery, but I now get the short sample profile wrong. Because we get a 10% margin for the long text, I will make it match perfectly the short sample, and purposely get wrong for the long text. That's me, I can't get correctly both of them unfortunately.

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