Translate chinese chars to pinyin based on Mandarin.dat


License
BSD-3-Clause
Install
pip install pinyin==0.4.0

Documentation

Pinyin

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Translate chinese chars to pinyin based on Mandarin.dat

Install

$ pip install pinyin

Usage

>>> import pinyin
>>> print pinyin.get('你 好')
nǐ hǎo

>>> print pinyin.get('你好', format="strip", delimiter=" ")
ni hao

>>> print pinyin.get('你好', format="numerical")
ni3hao3

>>> print pinyin.get_initial('你好')
n h

Note

format must be one of: numerical/diacritical/strip

Prototype Chinese->English

>>> import pinyin.cedict
>>> pinyin.cedict.translate_word('')
['you (informal, as opposed to courteous 您[nin2])']
>>> pinyin.cedict.translate_word('你好')
['Hello!', 'Hi!', 'How are you?']
>>> list(pinyin.cedict.all_phrase_translations('你好'))
[['', ['you (informal, as opposed to courteous 您[nin2])']], ['你好', ['Hello!', 'Hi!', 'How are you?']], ['', ['to be fond of', 'to have a tendency to', 'to be prone to']]]

Note that this is a prototype, and only functions from Python 3.

License

pinyin is free software, under an MIT-style license. See LICENSE for details.

The data file for translations is the CC-BY-SA 3.0.

The translations are from the CC-CE-DICT project (https://cc-cedict.org/wiki/), by Denisowski, Peterson, Brelsford, and others.