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Is there only one "ispell" [ edit ]
The article says that ispell is
a program, and the external links section links to a version of ispell, but other parts of the article seem less clear about this.
Can someone confirm, is there just one version of ispell? And is it
free software? And if yes, what's the licence? Thanks. Gronky 05:01, 10 March 2007 (UTC)
programmatic interface [ edit ]
Ispell pioneered the idea of a programmatic interface, which [...]
What's a programmatic interface? --
Abdull 07:30, 30 June 2007 (UTC)