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Date: Thu, 15 Apr 2010 03:41:11 +0400
From: Solar Designer <>
Subject: Re: rule : how exclude words with more 4 vowels

On Wed, Apr 14, 2010 at 07:08:57PM +0200, wrote:
>  This rule (provided by Alex) :
>  %4?v op[oaiyeu] Q %3?v op[aeiou] %2?v op[aeiou] /?v op[aeiou]
>  swap all 4 vowels in a word .
>  All to exclude words with more than 4 vowels ?

You can use this hackish approach:

%4?v va01 vapa xaz !?v X0a0

To combine it with the line above:

%4?v va01 vapa xaz !?v X0a0 op[oaiyeu] Q %3?v op[aeiou] %2?v op[aeiou] /?v op[aeiou]

This will only process words with exactly 4 vowels, rejecting those with
fewer or with more vowels.  Also, it assumes that you have other ruleset
lines I had provided (for 1-3 vowels).  If not, then some combinations
will be missed.


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