The inputs may either come from a file or STDIN. In both cases the inputs consist of binary transducers. Only one of the inputs may come from STDIN. Input files may either be specified as parameters --input1 and --input2, or as free file parameters, in which case the first one is considered as input1 and the second as input2. By default, the input coming from STDIN is considered as input2. If either of inputs has differing number of transducers than other, the last transducer will be repeated.

Either (1) all input transducers must have a symbol table or (2) option --number must be used. In case (1), the first transducer is read as such and rest of the transducers are harmonized according to the symbol table of the first transducer. The resulting output transducer has a symbol table that contains all symbols used in the input transducers. In case (2), all transducers are read as such and no harmonization is done. The resulting output transducer does not have a symbol table.

Topic revision: r2 - 2009-10-30 - ErikAxelson
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