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MSPELL v1.5 C/C++ Spell checking library. Spell checking library for c/C++ programs. Includes library files for all models of Borland and MicroSoft C. Current dictionary sizes are: 39,000 words and 119,000 words.

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MSPELL V1.5 C/C++ Spell checking library
Spell checking library for c/C++ programs.
Includes library files for all models of
Borland and MicroSoft C. Current dictionary
sizes are: 39,000 words and 119,000 words.
Very easy to use interface is identical in
both DOS and Macintosh versions. Full
working version, registration gets source.
From MicroGenesis


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MSPELL v1.5 C/C++ Spell checking library. Spell checking library for c/C++ programs. Includes library files for all models of Borland and MicroSoft C. Current dictionary sizes are: 39,000 words and 119,000 words.
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DEMO.PRJ 21 21 stored
DEMOCPP.PRJ 6248 1926 deflated
FILE_ID.DIZ 364 240 deflated
MGSPELL.DIC 248794 122241 deflated
MGSPELL.DOC 29392 8536 deflated
MGSPELL.H 3009 979 deflated
MICRO.COM 38778 32811 deflated
ORDER.FRM 4464 1007 deflated
QC_DEMO.MAK 579 300 deflated
READ.ME 3472 1586 deflated

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MSPELL V1.5 C/C++ Spell checking library
Spell checking library for c/C++ programs.
Includes library files for all models of
Borland and MicroSoft C. Current dictionary
sizes are: 39,000 words and 119,000 words.
Very easy to use interface is identical in
both DOS and Macintosh versions. Full
working version, registration gets source.
From MicroGenesis
MicroGenesis Software
P.O. Box No 25534
St. Louis, Mo 63125
CompuServe: 74676,1701 GENIE : J.HEATON7
Prodigy : GHPX54A ON-LINE AMERICA: JeffH66
BBS: (314) 638-5204 Soon to be running MGBBS V1.0!
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A few very important notes about MGSPELL V1.4

MGSPELL1.ZIP: The COMPLETE library to all memory models for Borland C and
MicroSoft Quick C.
MGSPELL2.ZIP: The SMALL dictionary(see note below)
MGSPELL3.ZIP The LARGE dictionary(see note below)


* * * A Large and Small Dictionary? * * *

The biggest difference between this and the last version of MGSPELL is
the addition of a much larger dictionary. The size of the dictionary has
jumped from 60,000 words to 120,000. However the new large dictionary will
not fit on a 360K disk, even in MGSPELL's own compressed format. Therefore I
am still making the older 60,000 word dictionary available. So you only need
one of the dictionaries, not both. The small dictionary is in a form that
MGSPELL can use. The larger dictionary is contained in "BIGDICT.EXE"(a
self disolving archive[created with LHARC]) and must be executed to create the
"MGSPELL.DIC" that MGSPELL uses.
LARGE DICTIONARY: Aprox 420k
SMALL DICTIONARY: Aprox 200k

* * * Completely ShareWare * * *

Older versions of MGSPELL were somewhat cripple ware(a program that will not do
everything until you register it). Although I still expect you to register
this program if you plan to use it professionally(or privately beyond 30 days),
no functions or memory models have been restricted.

* * * Registration Fees * * *

$20 - Must be paid if you plan to release programs that use the MGSPELL
functions. This allows you to release


$50 - Complete Source code to all routines used in MGSPELL, gives you the
ability to use MGSPELL on other C compilers than MicroSoft and Borland,
or fine tune MGSPELL to your particular application, such as eliminate all
Run-Time-Library calls for use in TSR programs. This also includes the
no royalty distribution licence. You are then allowed to distribute
MGSPELL in any form except OBJECT,SOURCE, or LIBRARY. See last option
if you would like to be able to release in object form.

$200-The easiest way to explain this one is an example. Say I am a programer
and am working on a new BBS program that uses MGSPELL. I decide to allow
those who register my BBS to get the source code as part of the package.
A problem arises, how do I include MGSPELL in my BBS program's source code,
since the users of my BBS program would be recompiling their own BBS
programs for private use they would be required to register MGSPELL within
30 days. This is part of the reason that I don't like to use other
author's libraries in my own programs, I feel it hurts the programs
overall expense if the user has to register several programs just to be
able to compile one. For $200 any people who receive source code from any
of your programs(that use MGSPELL) may also use MGSPELL .LIB files with
your program without any further payment to me. See program instructions
for more information on this.


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