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Is this possible? Detect Names/City etc. in a article and replace them automatically ?

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  1. Salexes

    Salexes Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Is this possible? Detect Names/City etc. in a article/story and replace them automatically ?

    I mean if I have an article/stroy about the teenagers which live in a big city and they drive a car.

    For example the names of them are Frank, Andy and Cindy, they live in New York and drive a mercedes.


    Is there a Software which can detect such characteristics and replace it with other names, cities and car manufacturer ?
     
  2. tony_d

    tony_d Elite Member

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    Yeah - the Find and Replace function in Microsoft Word will do exactly what you want.
     
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    you will need a dictionary or a huge array of such names . You can get names of persons from gsa ser .dat files or buy the database from fakenamegenerator .
    For cities and cars you could scrape data from websites and when you have huge data , you could search for them in an article and replace randomly .

    Btw what are you trying to do with it ?
     
  4. Scritty

    Scritty Elite Member Premium Member

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    Using a tool like Outwit hub on certain geographic sites will get you names really quickly. Search and replace does the rest. Notepad 2 will batch process a folder full of .txt files in a matter of seconds. No need to buy anything to do that. :)
     
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  5. the_demon

    the_demon Jr. Executive VIP

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    You could easily hire someone to code a php script for you that will do this.