SPELLWWB(1)                                           SPELLWWB(1)

     NAME
          spellwwb - find spelling errors
          spelladd - add words to user spelling dictionary

     SYNOPSIS
          spellwwb [ -flags ][ -ver ] [ -f pfile ][ -b ][ -v ][ -x
          ][file ...]

          spelladd [ -flags ][ -ver ] word1 word2 ...

     DESCRIPTION
          Spellwwb is a modified version of spell(1). Spellwwb allows
          the user to have his/her own file of additional legitimate
          spellings, by default $HOME/lib/spelldict. Before reporting
          words not found in spell's dictionary, spellwwb compares
          them with words in the specified file ($HOME/lib/spelldict
          by default).

          When a text is run through spellwwb for the first time,
          words such as names, acronyms, and unusual words will be
          listed as errors.  Words like these that are spelled cor-
          rectly can then be added to $HOME/lib/spelldict, and future
          spellwwb lists will contain only real spelling errors.

          The following options are available:

               -f pfile Use pfile instead of $HOME/lib/spelldict as
                        the additional file of legitimate spellings.

               -b       Check British spelling.

               -v       Print all words not literally in the spelling
                        list, and show plausible derivations from the
                        words in the spelling list.

               -x       For each word, print every plausible stem with
                        =.

          Two options, which apply to both spellwwb and spelladd, give
          information about the programs:

               -flags print the command synopsis line (see above)
                      showing command flags and options, then exit.

               -ver   print the Writer's Workbench version number of
                      the command, then exit.

          Spelladd adds words, specified by the user, to
          $HOME/lib/spelldict, and maintains it in sorted order.  It
          can be used in two ways.

     SPELLWWB(1)                                           SPELLWWB(1)

               1.  Type:

                    spelladd word1 word2 word3 ...

               2.  NOTE:  Use this method when there are many words
                   from one file to be added to spelldict.

                   First, correct all real spelling errors found by
                   spellwwb.

                   Then, type the following command to have all the
                   remaining words listed by spell (correct words)
                   added to $HOME/lib/spelldict:

               spell corrected-file >> $HOME/lib/spelldict; spelladd

          Spellwwb is one of the programs run under the proofr(1) and
          wwb(1) commands.

     FILES
          $HOME/lib/spelldict  produced by spelladd

          /tmp/$$*             temporary files used by spellwwb and
                               spelladd

     SEE ALSO
          proofr(1), spell(1), wwb(1), deroff(1), spelltell(1).

     SUPPORT
          COMPONENT NAME:  Writer's Workbench
          APPROVAL AUTHORITY:  Div 452
          STATUS:  Standard
          SUPPLIER:  Dept 45271
          USER INTERFACE:  Stacey Keenan, Dept 45271, PY x3733 .}f
          SUPPORT LEVEL: Class B - unqualified support other than Div
          452 .}f