Spell Checker
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REALbasic class for devs to add spell checking to their apps.   Shareware ($49.95)
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  • Spell Checker version 1.0 has been released April 24, 2008!
  • Spell Checker is a REALbasic Class that allows a REALbasic programmer to easily add cross platform spell checking capability to their applications.
  • Comes with a 150,000 word English dictionary.
  • Spell Checker also provides simple dictionary management (add, delete words).
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  • // REALbasic Sample Use
  • Dim cResults as new clsSpellCheckResult
  • app.SpellChecker().Lock()
  • app.SpellChecker().Clear()
  • app.SpellChecker().Content() =
Requirements
Intel/PPC, Mac OS X 10.3 or later



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Downloads:914
Version Downloads:914
Type:Development : Libraries
License:Shareware
Date:25 Apr 2008
Platform:PPC 32 / Intel 32 / OS X
Price: $49.95
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  • Spell Checker version 1.0 has been released April 24, 2008!
  • Spell Checker is a REALbasic Class that allows a REALbasic programmer to easily add cross platform spell checking capability to their applications.
  • Comes with a 150,000 word English dictionary.
  • Spell Checker also provides simple dictionary management (add, delete words).
  • //
  • // REALbasic Sample Use
  • Dim cResults as new clsSpellCheckResult
  • app.SpellChecker().Lock()
  • app.SpellChecker().Clear()
  • app.SpellChecker().Content() = strSource
  • app.SpellChecker().Run(cResults)
  • app.SpellChecker().Unlock()
  • for i = 0 to cResults.GoodWords()
  • lstResults.AddRow "+" + cResults.GoodWord(i)
  • next
  • for i = 0 to cResults.BadWords()
  • lstResults.AddRow "-" + cResults.BadWord(i)
  • next


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