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  1. Version 2.0.0

    362 downloads

    SQLite database of English words gleaned from free and open source dictionaries Current version contains my full dictionary, including all file types. Includes: word word type soundex (using my Phonetic Algorythms UDF) word length definition indexed on the word field
  2. Version 1.0.0

    832 downloads

    SQLite database of English words gleaned from free and open source dictionaries Current version contains only adjectives and nouns.
  3. Can someone please say me what i'm missing here? this little problem is driving me crazy! i feel so stupid that i have to ask this but why does this script thinks that "=" doesn't exist inside the dictionary? $regex = ObjCreate("VBScript.RegExp") $regex.Pattern = "=" $regex.Global = True $regex.IgnoreCase = True $test = ObjCreate("scripting.dictionary") $test.add("=", 2) $sentence = "=" Local $find = $regex.execute($sentence) for $part in $find msgbox(0,1,$part.Value) MsgBox(0,2,$part.Value = "=") MsgBox(0,3,$test.exists("=")) msgbox(0,4,$test.exists($part)) ;this should be true! ne
  4. Hello, I would like to know, how can I add any unknown word into Ms Word 2010's custom dictionary via Word COM Object? As we can do by selecting "Add to dictionary" option from context menu of Word. Thanks.
  5. If you don't like dealing with Scripting.dictionary you might want to try out this thing I whipped up yesterday evening and this morning. Basically just a simple wrapper around Scripting.dictionary to make the API a little bit less stupid. By "stupid" I mean "not like the awesome Python dict API". Created for the following reasons.. Wanted to get a basic understanding of AutoItObject. Wanted to get a basic understanding of the Micro unit test framework. As of 11/4/2014 AutoIt Stable has no native dict or associative array type. A >Map type is in the current AutoIt beta. It's laboriou
  6. Is there a way to share a Scripting.Dictionary object between scripts? I was thinking this would be possible with COM, but I'm not familiar enough with it to do so... Or is there a better way to share objects between programs? What about sharing arrays?
  7. Here are Twotoo stupid scripts, You need the attached wordlist file for it to work. I only tested with autoit3 beta and XP. I was just playing around with things that could be done with a wordlist. I might make some games with a wordlist, but this one just has too many words that are uncommon. You need this word dictionary http://www.filefactory.com/file/1y14t7tazsun/n/Words_sqlite I generated the word dictionary from moby word list. The first script is a mad-lib generator, the second is a random sentence generators. It made me giggle like a school girl in heat, so I though I would
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