Now starting to test the new version in python. A first test for speed, on a literary text of 8000 words gives a speed of 0.266 seconds. But this will probably slow down a bit, with the addition of more modules.
Python is the perfect language for analytical philosophers. We share a common goal of clarity. For it seems that the difficult things are only a confused and tangled assembly of numerous sub-things.
Python also has a great expressive power, with its battery of dictionaries, sets, lists and tuples.
Starting to test the prototype in python, with the wikipedia article on Aldous Huxley (3242 words). This highlights the approximate percentage of words with ambiguous grammatical types in French. It is about 1/3 of the words. Here: 1 – 0.6678 = 33.22 %