On Thu, Sep 13, 2001 at 05:57:02PM -0400, Ronan Herron wrote:
> would anyone know where I could download an english dictionary. It wouldn't
> even need to provide definitions, a simple word list would do. The reason I'm
> looking for this; being very much a newbie to the world of Linux I am trying
> to get up to speed in the use of grep, sed, and regular expressions. And what
> better way I thought than to use a wordlist/dictionary and cheat at
almost all unicies come with /usr/dict/words. some linux distributions
come with a util called look. it essentially does a grep -i ^thing
/usr/dict/words (assuming you're looking for thing).
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