LINGUIST List 14.2062

Thu Jul 31 2003

Qs: Arabic Phonological Acquisition; Parser Output

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  1. hadeel massarwa, Re: your query
  2. Roland Hausser, page by page output for a parser written in Java

Message 1: Re: your query

Date: Tue, 29 Jul 2003 19:06:34 +0000
From: hadeel massarwa <hadelmhotmail.com>
Subject: Re: your query

I am a student at the department of comunication disorder in Tel-Aviv
University and I'm from Taypee, in Arab 48 region and all the
available materials are about Hebrow and there aren't about Arabic. I
am doing a seminar project about phonological acqizition, specifically
about " the effect of the stress and the location of the syllable in
the word on the syllable acquizition and its parts (onset , coda ,
vowel) with arabic children ". I am specifically looking for
referances about arabic phonology acquizition with children learning
arabic as a native language. I want any referance about the subject
then I'm asking you if you can direct me to .

Thanks

hadeel massarwa
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Message 2: page by page output for a parser written in Java

Date: Thu, 31 Jul 2003 17:55:35 +0200
From: Roland Hausser <rrhlinguistik.uni-erlangen.de>
Subject: page by page output for a parser written in Java

Currently my parser, written in Java, dumps the whole output onto 
the screen so that I have to scroll back to see the beginning of
the output. I am looking for a way to control the display in 
such a way that I can go through the output page by page using
the space bar. Any hints would be appreciated.

 Roland Hausser
	
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