pearu at cens.ioc.ee
Mon Oct 21 19:40:41 CEST 2002
On 21 Oct 2002, Michele Simionato wrote:
> I take the occasion for a simple question about ispell/aspell.
> If I write
> $ echo "hello worldd" | ispell -a
> I obtain
> @(#) International Ispell Version 3.1.20 (but really Aspell .33.7
> & worldd 17 6: world, worlds, wold, whorled, would, wooled, wield,
> world's, weld, wild, whirled, wolds, worded, Wilda, Wilde, wiled, word
> Now clearly the & means "this is the mispelled word" and the second
> (6 in this case) is the position of the mispelled word (the column
> But what is the meaning of the first number, 17 in this case ?
Hint: count the words following colon.
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