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On Thu, 30 Aug 2018 05:21:30 -0700, pjmclenon wrote:
> my question is ... at the moment i can only run it on windows cmd prompt
> with a multiple line entry as so::
> python createIndex_tfidf.py stopWords.dat testCollection.dat
> testIndex.dat titleIndex.dat
> and then to query and use the newly created index as so:
> python queryIndex_tfidf.py stopWords.dat testIndex.dat titleIndex.dat
> how can i run just one file at a time?
I don't understand the question. You are running one file at a time.
First you run createIndex_tfidf.py, then you run queryIndex_tfidf.py
Maybe you mean to ask how to combine them both to one call of Python?
(1) Re-write the createIndex_tfidf.py and queryIndex_tfidf.py files to be
in a single file.
(2) Or, create a third file which runs them both one after another.
That third file doesn't even need to be a Python script. It could be a
shell script, it would look something like this:
python createIndex_tfidf.py stopWords.dat testCollection.dat
python queryIndex_tfidf.py stopWords.dat testIndex.dat titleIndex.dat
and you would then call it from whatever command line shell you use.
> ..or actually link to a front end
> GUI ,so when an question or word or words is input to the input box..it
> can go to the actiona dnrun the above mentioned lines of code
You can't "link to a front end GUI", you have to write a GUI application
which calls your scripts.
There are many choices: tkinter is provided in the Python standard
library, but some people prefer wxPython, PyQT4, or other GUI toolkits.
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