Tue May 13 2003 12:24 Look On My Quarters, Ye Mighty, And Despair:
Pete Peterson II writes:
Leonard, I think you've stumbled onto something diabolical... the
Charter Oak fell in a storm and died...
... in 1856.
I think you might be on to something.
Tue May 13 2003 19:19:
If it's enormous word lists you crave, try YAWL, a word list about 5 times the size of the one that comes with Red Hat. YAWL comes with Scrabble cheating help anagram and multi-word anagram finder multi, which according to the README "can provide some cheap thrills when a party gets dull." Maybe you should just adjourn the party early.
More similar word lists at wordlist.sourceforge.net, including a list with part-of-speech data which made me waste time this evening writing an eater that replaces a word with another word of the same part of speech. It's not up yet because I'm not yet sure how good it is.
Tue May 13 2003 20:36 The Cautious Mad Scientist: Fifth In A Series:
"PERHAPS DESTROYING THEM ALL WOULD BE PREMATURE!"
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