Draft input to the Web Presentation of CT
Version of 18/9/2000, printed on 26. Oktober 2000
The following sample queries give an overview of the types of information you can find in the Corpus Taurinense and the kinds of queries you can ask via the GUI.
example below allows for ''si'' attached to a word form, written with
one or two -s- (-ssi or -si): Note the
explicit query for several clitics in (6).
The query allows for several items (of any kind) between volere and the infinitive.
The next query looks for the writing core in verse:
We distinguish the form of a word which was found in the manuscript (msform), a standard form, and the philologically edited version, corrected and/or amended, of the manuscript form, philform.
Interesting cases are those (few) ones where the manuscript has a non-standard writing, i.e. whre msform and philform differ. These cases are queried by means of an expression saying (roughly): ``for any form in the text (), check whether its (call it a) msform- differs from its philform-attribute''. To express such a constraint, the item checked is made reference to by means of a variable name (here a):
This document was generated using the LaTeX2HTML translator Version 97.1 (release) (July 13th, 1997)
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The command line arguments were:
latex2html -no_math -html_version 3.2,math -scalable_fonts -split 4 -link 6 queryinfo.tex.
The translation was initiated by Wolfgang Lezius on 10/26/2000