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spell correction for foreign languages like French, Russian
Hunspell is likely the most famous spell checker around: http://hunspell.sourceforge.net/ There are multiple versions of hunspell, but Aspell is an alternative: http://aspell.net/

Categories : PHP

MS Office spell check is not working with non-English languages from managed api
I have done some tests with both GetSpellingSuggestions in the Word Application and in a Range and the behaviour you describe seems to be the normal one. The language on my computer is Spanish and when I use your code (with WdLanguageID.wdSpanish and "buxs"), I get the suggestions you refer (same ones when I moved to English). On the other hand, when I change to German I don't get anything. Also I have tested "clearly suggestable" words in Spanish ("kasa" or "part") and the results have been fine. My conclusion is that if the word can be found in the target dictionary, it delivers these results; otherwise, it looks in the English dictionary. Apparently, "buxs" is not included in the German dictionary.

Categories : C#

Variable name spell-checking in JavaScript
As for tools, there are languages like TypeScript that add compile-time checking. So you get a language that is very close to Javascript with some extra annotations, and it compiles to regular Javascript. Also, if your text editor does autocompletion based on words that already exist in the project, that goes a long way, too, as far as typos go.

Categories : Javascript

How to do spell checking in ZK textbox or textarea
Spell checking is usually handled by the browser. On Chrome, you won't find spell checking on the normal textbox which gets rendered as <input type='text'/> but will see spell checking on the large textbox which gets rendered as <textarea>. @BalusC summed this up here Each of the browsers may have their own quirks like this, but you should be expecting to depend on the browser's spell checker and not roll your own. If you're using the <ckeditor/> for input, you'll want to have a look at their documentation (note this is the 'User Documentation', there is no 'Developer Documentation' for spell check at this time. Native spellchecking doesn't appear to be supported by all browsers at this time (Firefox & Safari only it seems) but you can enable SCAYT (Spell Check As Y

Categories : Misc

Parallel.For loop for spell checking using NHunspell and c#
Ok, now I can see a potential problem. In line _totalWords++; you're incrementing a value, that (I suppose) is declared somewhere outside the loop. Use locking mechanism. edit: Also, you could use Interlocked.Increment(ref val);, which would be faster, than simple locking. edit2: Here's how the locking I described in comment should look like for the problem you encounter: static object Locker = new object(); //anywhere in the class //then in your method if (inputword.Length != 0) { bool correct; bool isEnglish; lock(Locker) {isEnglish = IsEnglish(inputword);} if(isEnglish) { //..do your stuff } //rest of your function }

Categories : C#

Dynamically change spell checking on a key stroke
What about adding nnoremap <F7>:set spelllang=en<CR> nnoremap <F8>:set spelllang=fr<CR> nnoremap <F9>:set spell! This will make F9 toggling the spell state (in normal mode). If you want all the actions to toggle between states you should write a vimscript function which saves state information and acts on that.

Categories : Vim

Eclipse - spell checking inside String Quotes ""
You need to disable "Ignore Java String literals" under eclipse Preferences->General->Editors->Text Editors->Spelling.

Categories : Java

Python Spell Check Replace in Dictionary
Without any sample input to test, it seems you want something like this: newList=[] for line in separate: for word in line: if word in wordList: newList.append(word) elif word in d: newlist.append(d[word]) else: # Skip the word? pass return newList BONUS: If you want to iterate over all keys and values in a dict, you can do it like this: for key, value in d.iteritems(): newList=newList.replace(key, value)

Categories : Python

Why do some languages return nil when a key is not in a dictionary, while Python throws an exception?
From the Zen of Python (import this): Errors should never pass silently. Unless explicitly silenced. Meaning, a key not found is treated as an error, unless you explicitly code for it, e.g. by catching KeyError or using the dict.get(key, default) method. Python was explicitly designed to be very explicit in this and (most) other respects.

Categories : Python

How can i read in Java an HSQL data base built using libreoffice?
Well, I do not understand Spanish but I translated the error message from your log file usuario no tiene privilegios suficientes o objeto no encontrado as following: user does not have sufficient privilege or object not found Now we can understand exactly what the error messages says. You either do not have permissions to select from table TB_Servicios or such table does not exist. Since you are using user account sa (that means "system administrator") and your connection established successfully I can assume that you have all permissions you need. Therefore the only one possibility is that the table does not exist in your database. Have you created table TB_Servicios? If not check how to create it in manual of you DB. Good luck.

Categories : Java

OOo/LibreOffice UNO / Java: How to get calling spreadsheet cell of a calc function?
It looks like you want to register a listener to a spreadsheet component. To satisfy your goal, you could add the listener to the spreadsheet object it self, or to another nested object that implements an interface that supports an add.+EventListener() method. Below is a pair (broadcaster/listener) that I can think you could use in your project: XDocumentEventBroadcaster/XDocumentEventListener The UNO event model is explained here: https://wiki.openoffice.org/wiki/Documentation/DevGuide/ProUNO/Event_Model Below are examples of how these listeners are used. //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// // Add document window listeners. //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// System.out.println("WriterDoc: Add window

Categories : Java

Checking values in a Dictionary
On this line: cameraDictionary.Add("CameraName", _cameraEntry); you are adding the Property "CameraName" as the Key every time. This is what needs to be unique.

Categories : C#

Mixing Java with interpreted languages Inline::Java vs. Jython vs. Jruby
Your understanding of Jython is accurate. Jython is written in Java and compiles to Java bytecode. Because of this Jython allows the usage of Java fairly painlessly. You are also correct in thinking there could be differences between Jython and the standard Python. In many cases, the differences are considered features, Jython believes that some of its differences are superior and even suggests that CPython is the one that needs to be fixed. Others are the opposite, and yet others are differences that allow ease of use with Java, such as allowing keywords to be used as things besides keywords. JRuby works very similarly to Jython, by being compiled to Java bytecode and being written in Java. I'm less familiar with it and whether it has any notable differences from standard Ruby.

Categories : Java

Right to Left Languages in Java
All text is stored in writing order, so the first (right most) letter in Arabic should be stored in index 0. It's up to the software that displays strings to recognize that the text is Arabic and lay it out right-to-left. Also, the line of code you quote at best does nothing, at worst it corrupts the data. It encodes the given Unicode string as bytes using the system default encoding, which could be anything, and then pretends the resulting bytes represent some text in UTF-8 and decodes it.

Categories : Java

Mixing C# and Java languages
Consider using Mono for Android: http://xamarin.com/monoforandroid But it has some disadvantages. Main is Extreme memory consumtion (at least two times more memory is consumed) because it starts its own VM.

Categories : C#

Java sandbox for running multiple JVM platform languages
Would it be possible to have a single server running the JVM to evaluate user code in serval different languages? Yes it would be feasible. Would this be at all efficient? I'm not sure why efficiency is a particular concern. It strikes me that running small examples for remote users does not require efficiency. Either way, my take is that it should be efficient enough. However, the real concern here is that this kind of service invites various kinds of abuse: People may be inclined to try and break your sandbox. And if you haven't implemented it properly (or if they can exploit some unpatched security flaw) they may succeed, and get into the rest of your system. People may be inclined to launch denial of service attacks. There are various things that a security sandbox

Categories : Java

Java: Getting installed text input languages on Windows
Java can found your default charset : public final static Charset CHARSET_SYSTEM = Charset.forName(System.getProperties().get("sun.jnu.encoding").toString()); then you can use it in a Scanner to transform input charset in UniCode : Scanner scan = null; final void defineScan(Charset charsetCanBeNull) { scan = new Scanner(System.in, (null == charsetCanBeNull) ? charset : charsetCanBeNull); } Then you can use Scanner.methods(..)

Categories : Java

Issue with Dictionary type, If gived a specific text then get the equivalent dictionary key or dictionary value?
If this were my application, I would change the UI element to a datagridview so that I could bind a collection containing a custom class and just hide or show the appropriate columns as needed. This approach will allow you to easily add additional property columns in the future without worrying about the problems you are currently facing. It would also allow you to extend the UI to other platforms (mobile, web) without a lot of hard-coded information in the UI. For example, I would create the following class and collection to hold info about the files: Public Class FileDetails Public Property Index As Integer Public Property Description As String = String.Empty Public Property FullFileName As String = String.Empty Public ReadOnly Property FileName As String Get

Categories : Dotnet

How to develop a LibreOffice extension in Eclipse?
Take a look at this. I had the same problem and the reason for the error is that their provided eclipse plugin is too old. http://www.flattermann.net/2009/06/openofficeorg-extension-development-with-eclipse-ooeclipse/

Categories : Java

Spell checker in a WPF RichTextBox
After a while i got your problem^^ (i think) and it is easy to fix. In you Button-Click-events you set the command of the button and the parameters and then execute spellCheckWords. But the actual command is executed AFTER the code has leaved the method. Which means, spellCheckWords() is executed BEFORE IgnoreSpellingError. Change your code to this: private void button2_Click(object sender, RoutedEventArgs e) { EditingCommands.CorrectSpellingError.Execute(textBox1.Text, richTextBox1); spellCheckWords(); } private void button3_Click(object sender, RoutedEventArgs e) { EditingCommands.IgnoreSpellingError.Execute(null, richTextBox1); spellCheckWords(); } This will execute the command first and then the spellcheck again.

Categories : C#

Dealing with spell check suggestions
Look at the spellcheck.collate setting. It will return a re-written query in the way you are suggesting. https://wiki.apache.org/solr/SpellCheckComponent#spellcheck.collate

Categories : Solr

JavaScript spell check alert
You have to use one of the js libraries i found, Try to integrate them with your code. I will recommend afterthrdeadline js library. http://www.afterthedeadline.com/download.slp?platform=jQuery http://orangoo.com/labs/GoogieSpell/

Categories : Javascript

Spell check in Sencha Textarea
Modern browsers support the spellcheck attribute, so for example you can have an editable p tag: <p contenteditable="true" spellcheck="true">This is a paragraphh. It is editable. Try to change the text.</p> The misspelled word "paragraphh" will be underlined in red. You can dynamically add the attribute like this using JavaScript: myTextArea.setElementAttribute("spellcheck", true);

Categories : Javascript

Enable Spell Check on TextBox
You can try this: http://spellchecktextbox.codeplex.com . It uses the WPF control as a base. //to answer your comment: open the tool project and build it. In your project right click the tool box(I usually do it under general.) Click choose items. Browse to TextBoxSourceobjDebug Add the DLL ExtendedTextBox.dll Also If the tool project is in another solution you will need to add the DLL to your references folder as well. Edit: I just realized you said you wanted German spell check. You will need to change this in the control project. Change: <TextBox SpellCheck.IsEnabled="True" Name="theTextBox" AcceptsReturn="True" AcceptsTab="True" Text="" Cursor="IBeam" CaretBrush="#E6000000" /> to something like <TextBox SpellCheck.IsEnabled="True" Name="theTextBox" AcceptsReturn

Categories : C#

Java WebService checking for SSL
You don't need to do a second check on the Java side. Just define the resource correctly in web.xml. If you must check it for some reason, just check ServletRequest.isSecure().

Categories : Java

Can the Spell Checker Framework used for code hinting?
Good code completion (in my personal opinion) is context sensitive and should only show completions for things that are in scope and are applicable to the current position within code. For example, in java it doesn't really make sense to show method name completions outside of a method. It makes sense to do plain spell checking against an English language dictionary for code comments, but not for method and variable names, etc. If you want a fully functional code editor I think you need to come up with your own editor (e.g., not use TextView per se) and do your own completions, perhaps using the system spell checker API to spell check code comments. You might want to look at the source code for TextView.java and Editor.java for ideas on how to implement your own code editor and completion

Categories : Java

Exclude capitalized words from Vim Spell check
You can try this one :syn match myExCapitalWords +<[A-Z]w*>+ contains=@NoSpell The above command says vim to handle every pattern described by <[A-Z]w*> as part of the @NoSpell cluster. Items of the @NoSpell cluster aren't spell checked. If you further want to exclude all words from spell checking that contain at least one non-alphabetic character you can invoke the following command :syn match myExNonWords +<p*[^A-Za-z ]p*>+ contains=@NoSpell Type :h spell-syntax for more information.

Categories : Vim

implementation of genetic algorithm for spell checker
Don't expect my idea here to be perfect or optimal, but it might be a good starting point for you if you decide to go this route. A genetic algorithm may not be the best choice for a spell checker though. For a genetic algorithm, you need to have a starting population, a way to pass the genes to the "next generation" (crossover), a definite means of creating mutations, and a way of selecting which ones are passed on to the next generation (aka a fitness function). Along with this you'll need, of course, a corpus. You can try the dictionary.com API if it's any good (I've never used it) http://www.programmableweb.com/api/dictionary.com. For the starting population, you have the horrible issue in that your starting population will be thousands of the exact same word (i.e. ['hello']*1000)

Categories : Python

Wrong spell-check suggestions by Solr
Are the terms you search on and the spell check enabled on the same ? do they go under the same analysis ? One reason can be the fields are different and hence the suggestions on field provided do not exist in the fields that are being searched for. Also, it can be the fields are analysed differently and hence the spell suggestion and the search does not match.

Categories : Solr

Add spanish spell check android studio
You can download the Spanish (or any other language) ASCII dictionary from http://www.winedt.org/Dict/ and then add it to Android Studio: Go to Settings -> Spelling -> Dictionaries Click + Select path to your dictionaries folder (inside you must have plaintext word lists with .dic extension) Restart Android Studio

Categories : Android

how to disable spell checker for Android AutoCompleteTextView?
I am not sure but You can use android:inputType="textNoSuggestions" to get rid of suggestions and android:autoText to false for autocompletetextview. The other possible way out will be to use android:inputType="textVisiblePassword" You can have look at here

Categories : Android

Checking (un)checked exceptions (Java)
At compilation time There are two types : Checked: means if the method thrown to the required exception Unhandled checked exception: if the method didn't thrown to the required exception, results in a compilation error. At run time Called Unchecked Exception occurs at runtime and need not to be explicitly handled. RuntimeException and its subclasses or Error and its subclasses all fall under Unchecked.

Categories : Java

Java Web Service Certifcate Checking
I have been given a Root CA Issuing CA I need to check that the certificate provided (when the webservice is called), is "a chain from the root ca" Just put those files, and no others, into your truststore. No code required. See the JSSE Reference Guide. I also need to extract a line from the certificate (the 'issued to' field) to use in my application You mean dynamically? when the peer connects? You can get the certificate from the javax.servlet.request.X509Certificate request attribute, and you then just use the certificate API to get the IssuerDN.

Categories : Java

what is the most efficient way of checking the greater than and less then in Java?
If you just do with a few data, then even just comparing the starts and the ends is fast enough. However, if you are dealing with a big data, you may want to use some other data structure like augmented tree here to gain some efficiency.

Categories : Java

Java: checking if a file is present
You can use File.exists() to check the existence of a File File f = new File(generatedFilesFolder) if(f.exists()) { // file exists and do the operation } else { f.createNewFile(); //or f.mkdir() to create directory }

Categories : Java

Checking if the mouse is clicked in Java
Implement the MouseListener interface and put your code inside the mouseClicked(MouseEvent e) method. Then add an instance of this class as a listener to your component. Basically, you create a class like this: class myMouseListener implements MouseListener { @Override public void mouseClicked(MouseEvent arg0) { //Put the code you want here //... //... } @Override public void mouseEntered(MouseEvent arg0) { } @Override public void mouseExited(MouseEvent arg0) { } @Override public void mousePressed(MouseEvent arg0) { } @Override public void mouseReleased(MouseEvent arg0) { } } Then you simple create a new instance of this new class with myMouseListener myMouseListener mml = new myMouseListener(); And you add it as a listener to your component. Something like: my

Categories : Java

Checking time interval in java
check if hour <9 && hour >18: (or something else) Calendar currentTime = Calendar.getInstance(); int hour = currentTime.get(Calendar.HOUR_OF_DAY); you only need ONE calendar

Categories : Java

Input checking method in java
The code block below is going to throw a null pointer exception. If the first char is invalid and the first if is executed, then inputline is set to null. Then in the next if you are calling a method on inputline (which is now null) and an exception is thrown. Instead of doing inputline=null;, change it to return null; and just return null right away. if (i<'a' || i>'g') { System.out.println("Invalid input, please enter a letter a to g"); inputLine = null; } int row = i -'a'; if (Character.isDigit(inputLine.charAt(1)))

Categories : Java

Java-Checking for main class
This is hardly a robust and bulletproof solution, but you could try looking at the thread's stack trace and ensure that your class is the last element: final StackTraceElement[] stack = Thread.currentThread().getStackTrace(); if (! stack[stack.length-1].getClassName().equals(YourClass.class.getName())) { // abort } However, there's nothing to stop someone compiling a class with the same fully qualified class name as your legitimate class and replacing your original one.

Categories : Java

Devexpress mvc html editor spell check not works
<script src="@Url.Content("~/Scripts/jquery-1.6.2.min.js")" type="text/javascript"></script> <script src="@Url.Content("~/Scripts/jquery.unobtrusive-ajax.js")" type="text/javascript"></script> Add these to your layout after that try.

Categories : Asp Net Mvc



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