Source code for pyconll.conllable

The Conllable interface is a marker interface to show that a class is in the
Conll object domain, such as a treebank (Conll in this library), sentence, or
token, and therefore has a conll method.

import abc

[docs]class Conllable(metaclass=abc.ABCMeta): """ A Conllable mixin to indicate that the component can be converted into a CoNLL representation. """
[docs] @abc.abstractmethod def conll(self) -> str: """ Provides a conll representation of the component. Returns: A string conll representation of the base component. Raises: NotImplementedError: If the child class does not implement the method. """ raise NotImplementedError("No implementation for conll")