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       hfst-txt2fst - =Convert AT&T or prolog format into a binary transducer


       hfst-txt2fst [OPTIONS...] [INFILE]


       Convert AT&T or prolog format into a binary transducer

   Common options:
       -h, --help
              Print help message

       -V, --version
              Print version info

       -v, --verbose
              Print verbosely while processing

       -q, --quiet
              Only print fatal erros and requested output

       -s, --silent
              Alias of --quiet

   Input/Output options:
       -i, --input=INFILE
              Read input transducer from INFILE

       -o, --output=OUTFILE
              Write output transducer to OUTFILE

   Text and format options:
       -f, --format=FMT
              Write result using FMT as backend format

       -e, --epsilon=EPS
              Interpret string EPS as epsilon in att format

       -p, --prolog
              Read prolog format instead of att

   Other options:
       -C, --check-negative-epsilon-cycles
              Issue  a  warning  if  there  are  epsilon  cycles  with  a  negative weight in the

       If OUTFILE or INFILE is missing or -, standard streams will be used.  If FMT is not given,
       OpenFst's  tropical  format  will  be  used.   The  possible  values  for  FMT are { foma,
       openfst-tropical,          openfst-log,          sfst,          optimized-lookup-weighted,
       optimized-lookup-unweighted }.  If EPS is not given, @0@ will be used.

       Space in transition symbols must be escaped as '@_SPACE_@' when using att format.


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       This is free software: you are free to change and redistribute it.  There is NO  WARRANTY,
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