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Write the function countWords(document), where document is the name of

txt file that contains multiple strings. This function returns (not prints) a dictionary whose keys are included words (in lowercase), and values their word counts. You can assume the string doesn't have any contraction words such as can't, don't, isn't, etc. The starter code already contains the code to read the txt file, just make sure the file is in the same directory as your .py file.

Hint: Remove punctuation and numbers before counting the words,



... He will be the president of the company; right now

he is a vice president.

... But he ..... himself, is no sure of it...

... (Later he will see the importance of these 3.)


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