Bill Bell
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Library to generate text from regular expression
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Does greenery do what you want? For instance, >>> from greenery.lego import parse >>> rep = parse('(a|b)[cd]{2}\1') >>> list(rep.strings()) ['acc\x01', 'acd\x01', 'adc\x01',...

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Voice-driven data entry for Windows
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This isn't a direct answer to the question you posed. However, I notice that you mentioned attempts to use scanning. About thirty years ago I was working for a company that did clinical trials. In ...

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An application to learn English
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I would suggest Anki. Various collections of English words are available, such as 4000 Essential English Words.

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Tool for COM (Component Object Model) developers
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It has been a decade or so since I played with COM, so I can't be sure of details. However, free downloads of Python and PythonWin will give you most of what you want, at least. What's more, within ...

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How to parse HTML files (portable library)?
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I can't answer your question directly because I haven't used Delphi for many years. However, I have considerable recent experience in parsing a variety of types of sites with various Python libraries. ...

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Simulation and visualization libraries for reinforcement learning in python?
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See this link for testimonials about Psychopy, including one about the ease with which links to visualisation software can be made.

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I need an easy relational database to catalog research data
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Your knowledge base sounds like something that could be based on a lightweight wiki to me, rather than a relational database, because it involves all manner of links to topics that don't belong in ...

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Word add-in for frequently used comments
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I don't have MS Word on this computer but I think you could easily write it yourself as two macros. First create a document that lists the comments that you want to be able to insert and save it. ...

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Set Operations in the Unix Shell
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I might as well say what I was thinking when I commented! :) Have you considered using Sage? It has a fairly complete collection of set operations, and also allows Python code within itself. If the ...

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