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gocr



SYNOPSIS

       gocr [OPTION]... pnm file


DESCRIPTION

       gocr  is an optical character recognition program that can
       be used from the command line.  It  takes  input  in  PNM,
       PGM,  PBM,  PPM, or PCX format, and writes recognized text
       to stdout.  If the pnm file is a single dash, PNM data  is
       read from stdin.


OPTIONS

       -h     show usage information

       -i file
              read  input from file (or stdin if file is a single
              dash)

       -o file
              send output to file instead of stdout

       -e file
              send errors to file instead of stderr

       -l level
              set grey level to level (0<160<=255)

       -d size
              set dust  size  (clusters  smaller  than  this  are
              removed); the default is 10

       -s num set spacewidth/dots (0 for autodetect)

       -v verbosity
              be verbose; verbosity is a bitfield

       -c string
              only recognise characters from string

       -m modes
              set operation modes; modes is a bitfield

       -n bool
              if bool is non-zero, only recognise numbers

       The verbosity is specified as a bitfield:

       1         print more info

       2         list shapes of boxes (see -c)

       4         list pattern of boxes (see -c)

       16        don't divide overlapping characters

       32        don't do context correction

       64        character packing (development)


AUTHOR

       Joerg   Schulenburg   <Joerg.Schulenburg@physik.uni-magde­
       burg.de>
       Man page by Tim Waugh <twaugh@redhat.com>

Linux                      14 Aug 2000                    GOCR(1)
  
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