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 corpus of command or query language inputs?
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I am looking for a corpus of command or query language inputs.
Does anybody know of a logfile of, for instance, UNIX commands entered by
expert users? I'm curious whether typical linguistic phenomena such as
for instance word substitions, word blends, and underdetermined
references do occur in command language use as well.
Does anyone know whether such a corpus of command language inputs exists?
If so, I really appreciate it if you can tell me its whereabouts.
Mail your highly appreciated info to: b...@fidalgo.stanford.edu

Edwin Bos
Stanford University

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