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What is Opcount? It is a basic python script that analyzes Op source code and counts words in specific categories. For more information about this tool read optexcount-doc.pdf.

How to install Opcount?

Run: sudo ./install.sh


Run: optexcount [-h] [-v] [-s SET_VERBCHAR] [--version] filename, where filename is the name of our Op code file. What does the optional argument -v/--verbose? It prints the entire source code with colored words according to their categories. -s SET_VERBCHAR or --set-verbchar SET_VERBCHAR sets the implicit inline verbatim character to SET_VERBCHAR character.

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Opcount – Python script for counting words in Op documents

Opcount is a basic python utility that analyzes Op source code. It is inspired by already existing count for . The functionality is really lightweight and basic. It counts words and other elements of Op document and sorts them out into individual categories. Users can print the source code with highlighted words using several colors,so they see what is considered as word, header etc.

Home pagehttps://github.com/rihartma/OpTeXcount
Bug trackerhttps://github.com/rihartma/OpTeXcount/issues
LicensesMIT License
Copyright2021 Richard Hartmann
MaintainerRichard Hartmann
Contained inTeX Live as optexcount
MiKTeX as optexcount
TopicsWord count
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