Use another text file with some common words and try it delete those common words from the first text that you had opened at the beginning.
Now after that, you have deleted those common words from the text, count the number of words again as the number of uncommon words, and print the list of these uncommon words.
The program should be a function with the filename as the parameter.
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#read the text (we use utf-8 encoding for swedish language)
with open(text_1, "r", encoding="utf-8", errors="ignore") as file:
text_1 = file.read()
# remove punctuation so we can count only words in the text
for punctuation in "!,?.-":
text_1 = text_1.replace(punctuation, "")
# split the text using the space as delimiter
text_1_words = set(text_1.split...