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When you only want to highlight words in a stream (and not grep or filter anything), this tool is for you.
For example run
echo "a long sentence with some words that should be highlighted" | hl sentence wordsand the words
wordswill be highlighted.
TextTool is a text editor that makes it easy to manipulate text through multiple, built-in, powerful transformation options. If you’ve found yourself needing to sort, dedupe, split, join, change case, URL encode, or search and replace text, TextTool can help. With the use of a powerful API, TextTool can also be integrated into your complex workflows with ease.
TextBlob is a Python (2 and 3) library for processing textual data. It provides a simple API for diving into common natural language processing (NLP) tasks such as part-of-speech tagging, noun phrase extraction, sentiment analysis, classification, translation, and more.
Terminology is a browser for the English language – part dictionary/thesaurus and part research tool. Terminology is designed to make it easy to explore words and phrases, diving down to more and less specific terms - accessing the web and other apps for more detail and sharing.
docx2txt is a perl based command line utility to convert Microsoft Office Docx documents to equivalent Text documents.
Marked is previewer for Markdown files. Use it with your favorite text editor and it updates every time you save. With robust features for previewing, reviewing and exporting beautiful documents, you can work in plain text while reveling in rich formatting.
In addition to the solid Markdown preview and conversion tools provided by v1, Marked now ships with great search features and keyword highlighting1, works with Fountain and CriticMarkup, lets you preview text from new sources—MarsEdit, VoodooPad, the clipboard—and offers improved support for custom processors & preprocessors.
In short, it’s an essential bit of kit for anyone who writes in Markdown on a Mac.
Including a cliché avoidance feature, which highlights hackneyed phrases from a user-customisable list. ↩
StackEdit is a free, open-source Markdown editor based on PageDown, the Markdown library used by Stack Overflow and the other Stack Exchange sites.
Documents are kept in local storage, and you can import from Dropbox or Google Drive.
TextGrabber + Translator automatically extracts text from a variety of printed sources, or retrieves data from images stored in the device’s memory… it provides highly accurate on-device text recognition and allows users to easily edit, translate, search and share information…
Wordoff strips and cleans the rubbish that is pasted into WYSIWYG editors from Microsoft Word:
- Removes style elements and attributes
- Removes unnecessary elements like
- Removes emtpy elements
- Removes dead whitespace
- And other bits of code that will break your HTML page
A replacement for the aforelinked original.
Consolidated package management for Emacs