Word hyphenation using Franklin Mark Liang's algorithm (aka Knuth-Liang algorithm). As used by Knuth in TeX and LaTeX, and ported to many other languages. HYPHENATE takes the word, and returns the parts that can be separated by hyphens.
### Examples ###
"hy" "phen" "a" "tion"
'su' 'per' 'cal' 'ifrag' 'ilis' 'tic' 'ex' 'pi' 'ali' 'do' 'cious'
### Note ###
I just ported this algorithm to MATLAB, but am not responsible for it deciding where it splits words.
Stephen23 (2023). Hyphenate (https://github.com/DrosteEffect/Hyphenate/releases/tag/v2.0.3), GitHub. Retrieved .
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* Now accepts the word as a scalar string (and returns a string array).
* Add Barbara Beeton's exceptions.
* Fixed tags