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Hi,
I want to have an automatic spell checker for ALL text boxes in my application.
I dont have enough knowledge on this. I tried to google and find some 3rd party open source spell checkers but that did not work.
Anyone who has implemented them in your application please let me know how you did it.
Also, is there any java API available to do this instead of 3rd party tools/components?
Any inputs is appreciated. Thanks in advance.
 
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There are open source javascript projects that do that. Example

http://sourceforge.net/projects/spellerpages/files/

A good browser has such features enabled by default. So you might want to think twice before you implement something like this.
 
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