linecount - for word in line.split words[word =...

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import sys, re file1 = 'text1.txt' def LineCount(file1): lines = {} for line in open(file1,'r'): lines[linec] = lines.get(lines,0)+1 return lines def WordCount(file1): words = {} for line in open(file1,'r'): line = re.sub(r'[^a-z ]',' ',line.lower())
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Unformatted text preview: for word in line.split(): words[word] = words.get(word,0) + 1 return words a = WordCount(sys.argv[0]) words = WordCount(a) for word in sorted(words.items()): print word...
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