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Add title to the output

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Dmytro Yeroshkin 3 months ago
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      novel_stats/novel_stats.py

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novel_stats/novel_stats.py

@ -10,6 +10,7 @@ STATUS_MARKER = '[status]: # '
ACT_MARKER = '[act]: # '
# Standard markdown comment marker, supported by Pandoc and Calibre's ebook-convert.
COMMENT_MARKER = '[//]: # '
TITLE_MARKER = '# '
def count_words(line):
@ -74,6 +75,7 @@ def main():
word_count_by_act = collections.defaultdict(int)
status_by_chapter = {}
current_status = None
title = None
for line in mdfile.readlines():
if line.startswith(CHAPTER_MARKER):
@ -97,6 +99,10 @@ def main():
elif line.startswith(ACT_MARKER):
act_heading = line[len(ACT_MARKER) :].strip('()\n')
word_count_by_act[act_heading] = count_words(act_heading)
elif line.startswith(TITLE_MARKER):
title = line[len(TITLE_MARKER):].strip()
line_word_count = count_words(line)
word_count_by_chapter[chapter_heading] += line_word_count
elif line.startswith(COMMENT_MARKER): # Don't count the words in a comment.
pass
else:
@ -113,6 +119,9 @@ def main():
word_count_by_act[act_heading] += word_count_by_chapter[chapter_heading]
total_word_count += word_count_by_chapter[chapter_heading]
if title:
print(f'Novel Stats for {title.upper()}')
# -c or --chapter to give a chapter-by-chapter word count summary.
if arguments.chapter:
for chapter_heading, chapter_word_count in word_count_by_chapter.items():

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