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I had thought about the misspelled condition after I made the post and I was thinking along the lines that it wouldn't show up in any list and then it would be up to the user to deciede. but you're right, there is the possibility that its the correct spelling for a word in another language. No matter what the original poster does, the documents are going to have to be proof read by hand to check for any such mistakes.

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In reply to Re: Re: detecting the language of a word? by jjdraco
in thread detecting the language of a word? by domm

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