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Here is some simple python code that uses NLTKlibraries to find rhyming words of a given level.import nltkdef rhyme(inp, level): entries = nltk.corpus.cmudict.entries() syllables = [(word, syl) for word, syl in entries if word == inp] rhymes = [] for (word,...
Here is some simple python code that uses NLTKlibraries to find rhyming words of a given level.import nltkdef rhyme(inp, level): entries = nltk.corpus.cmudict.entries() syllables = [(word, syl) for word, syl in entries if word == inp] rhymes = [] for (word,...
Most of us regularly use Social Networking tools like Facebook, Twitter, Google+ etc. Twitter and Google+ don’t order the feeds based on relevance or popularity, there are separate tools like “trending tweets” and “what’s hot”...

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Here is some simple python code that uses NLTKlibraries to find rhyming words of a given level.import nltkdef rhyme(inp, level): entries = nltk.corpus.cmudict.entries() syllables = [(word, syl) for word, syl in entries if word == inp] rhymes = [] for (word,...
Here is some simple python code that uses NLTKlibraries to find rhyming words of a given level.import nltkdef rhyme(inp, level): entries = nltk.corpus.cmudict.entries() syllables = [(word, syl) for word, syl in entries if word == inp] rhymes = [] for (word,...
Most of us regularly use Social Networking tools like Facebook, Twitter, Google+ etc. Twitter and Google+ don’t order the feeds based on relevance or popularity, there are separate tools like “trending tweets” and “what’s hot”...