Posted on 16th Feb 2014 07:03 pm by admin

using pspell, is it possible to get words that would be best in the current phrase?

For example take this phrase: who is the fastest pwrson in the world?

The word person was misspelled as the person typed a "w" by accident and didn't notice.

pspell returns the word "prison" as the best result. When typed into Google, Google new that you meant the word "person", so how do you get pspell to be more accurate according to words around the misspelled word?

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