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Date:      Fri, 29 Nov 1996 12:19:51 +1100
From:      davidn@sdev.usn.blaze.net.au (David Nugent)
To:        victor@vas.tomsk.su (Victor A. Sudakov)
Cc:        freebsd-questions@freebsd.org
Subject:   Re: How can I check spelling of a text?
Message-ID:  <Mutt.19961129121951.davidn@sdev>
In-Reply-To: <ABTRPdo0D0@vas.tomsk.su>; from Victor A. Sudakov on Nov 28, 1996 20:42:53 +0700
References:  <Pine.BSF.3.91.961127101626.28689A-100000@frosk.zoo.uib.no> <ABTRPdo0D0@vas.tomsk.su>

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Victor A. Sudakov writes:
> However, in a book about UNIX I read that there are very simple
> spell checkers that are not interactive, but just read text and
> make a list of words that were not found. I would prefer such.
> Do you know where I could take one?

ispell will do that (to be UNIX "spell" compatible) if you feed
it the right switch (-l). Misspelt words will be sent to stdout.

David Nugent, Unique Computing Pty Ltd - Melbourne, Australia
Voice +61-3-9791-9547 Data/BBS +61-3-9792-3507 3:632/348@fidonet
davidn@blaze.net.au http://www.blaze.net.au/~davidn



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