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Does java contain any type of method or anything else possilbe to do this?

 
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I'd like to run a spell check on a simple .txt document created in notepad, I am creating an io program thats main class is FileTransfer thats constructor takes two string args, one is the file being copied the the other is the file being written to. I am using a string tokenizer to brake down each line, word by word. The program works great overall with a few functionalites i v added in so now i would like to a run spell check if thats possible. Does Java support that.

- I also have another class Disk which handles simple io exceptions that the program will come to during runtime.

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[ April 09, 2005: Message edited by: Kevin Peterson ]
 
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Does Java support that, meaning "Is there a spellCheckFile()" method in the Java API somewhere?" No, sorry, there isn't. I googled "Java spell checker" and found this, though, which looks promising.
 
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Thanks Ernest.

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