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spllw

sp2 -new {sp1 %s -engine ${engine}} -orig %s[no url encoding]
SYNOPSIS
        spllw [word(s) to check spelling] -engine [localized Google version to use in spell checking, optional, defaults to Google English]

EXAMPLE
        spllw cmbodia
        results: cambodia

        spllw monica beluci
        returns: monica bellucci

        spllw internatioal aids confrence
        returns: international aids conference

	spllw sucche -engine gde 
        results: suche (Because spelling "suche" --search in German-- as "sucche" is a common mistake of German speakers. Note that Google English wouldn't see this is a misspelling)

        spllw soni -engine ges
        results: sony (Because spelling Sony as Soni is a common mistake of Spanish speakers. Note that Google English wouldn't see this is a misspelling)

DESCRIPTION
        A spell checker command based on Google's "did you mean" feature that accepts multiple words (unlike ?> and \\, which don't work as advertised in this regard) and which is slightly more efficient. 

        Please man sp1 and sp2 to see how this command works. The code is interesting because a technique for using variables in YubNub is detailed.

RELATED COMMANDS
        sp1, sp2, spll, ?>, \\

AUTHOR 
    Eliazar
    elzr.com
    
4598 uses - Created 2006-01-31 07:20:44 - Last used 2013-04-30 04:34:17
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