[Haskell-cafe] phonetic dictionnary

Dupont Corentin corentin.dupont at gmail.com
Thu Mar 25 09:15:56 EDT 2010

i've allready looked at soundex.
But it's too simple for what i need.
For example the hash code for "toto" and "tata" is the same, if i remember.
But those two doesn't rhymes.


On 3/25/10, Paul Brauner <paul.brauner at loria.fr> wrote:
> You should have a looks at soundexes:
> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Soundex
> the algorithm is really simple and you can process a whole dictionnary
> in no time to obtain what you're looking for.
> Paul
> On Thu, Mar 25, 2010 at 01:59:28PM +0100, Dupont Corentin wrote:
>> Hello,
>> sorry if i ask a lot of questions these days!
>> Do you know of a phonetic dictionnary?
>> i'm very fond of enigmas. To solve certain enigmas, i've made a little
>> program that search into a french dictionnary.
>> But it would be much better if i could search into a phonetic
>> dictionnary...
>> The goal is to answer questions like "Wich word would rhyme with
>> aligator?"
>> Corentin
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