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A command-line utility to split input into a list of words, one per line.
I’m writing this as a learning exercise, based on bpb-kit/home/bin/words.
Work in progress, barely functional at present.
# Operate on standard input: echo 'one two three' | bpb-words - # ...or just: echo "one two three" | bpb-words # Operate on some file: bpb-words ./foo
# list all unique words, ignoring case, in foo: bpb-words -ui ./foo # find ten most used words longer than 6 letters in foo: bpb-words -uci -s6 foo | sort -nr | head -10