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jvocuhadju - Lujvo picker (based on the rules in the reference grammar.)
jvocuhadju [-v] [-a] [-l] tanru-component-1 [ ... tanru-component-n ]
jvocuhadju is a program that reads a list of tanru-components (gismu or cmavo) on the
command line, and constructs the possible short-form lujvo corresponding to those
components in sequence. The possible lujvo are displayed ranked in order of desirability,
with their scores shown based on the algorithm in the reference grammar. The lowest score
Where a tanru-component is a cmavo containing an apostrophe, the apostrophe may be
replaced by the letter "h" on the command line. This is a convenience to avoid having to
backslash-escape the apostrophe to hide it from the shell.
-v Show the program version and exit.
-a List all possible lujvo for the input tanru (default is just the best 8).
-l Allow 4/5 letter rafsi to be picked even if a 3 letter form is available for any
particular tanru component.
This is a gismu or cmavo which is one component of the word. Cmavo must have a
rafsi corresponding to them.
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