Detect and create Haikus
final poem = ''' This is my long poem. It is too long for haiku, because it's tail is quite large. '''; final haikuPoem = ''' An old silent pond... A frog jumps into the pond, splash! Silence again. '''; HaikuComposer composer = new HaikuComposer(); print(composer.isHaiku(poem)); // False; 19 syllables print(composer.isHaiku(haikuPoem)); // True
final haiku = composer.create(haikuPoem); print(haiku.firstLine); // ['An', 'old', 'silent', 'pond...']; print(haiku.secondLine); // ['A', 'frog', 'jumps', 'into', 'the', 'pond']; print(haiku.thirdLine); // ['splash!', 'Silence', 'again.'];
print(const HaikuFormatter().format(haiku)); // An old silent pond... // A frog jumps into the pond, // splash! Silence again.
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dependencies: haiku: "^1.0.6"
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