thank you for responding.
I am working on an analysis of so-called chunked text,
i.e., an analysis of words in a sentence, that
classifies words as nouns / verbs / adjectives etc.
A typical sentence with chunking tags thus looks like this:
" The physical descriptions of places in
North Carolina , in so far as
they are specific at all
, owe a little to memories
of my childhood , although I
've also borrowed indiscriminately from
other people 's childhood memories as well
Originally, I wanted to use Regexps to split the original sentence
into groups using negative lookahead, which I’ve now skipped in favor
of repeated Array.splits, but I think I could you use knowing how to
search for a substring using negative lookahead, i.e., as in my example:
regexp=/…/ <= searched for, such that:
string=" In North Carolina "
p ref => “In North Carolina”
Thank you for any help!