GNU Aspell 0.5

Kevin Atkinson in Business

GNU Aspell is a command-line spell checking utility. It is intended for advanced users, or, most commonly, integrated transparently with some other application. It is very likely that you already use it without even realizing. This application's strong point is its capacity to give very good suggestions to correct spelling mistakes. There are dictionaries available for wide number of languages, and they can all be downloaded from...

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