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JTextCheck is a Java API for providing text-checking functionality (spell checkers, grammar checkers, style checkers, thesauri, dictionaries etc.) to Java programs. It is designed to support all text-checking engines via a plugin architecture, and to be as easy to use as possible.

JTextCheck provides the functionality, not the user-interface. Although several sample applications are provided which demonstrate the use of JTextCheck using a Swing interface in the Samples subproject (see screenshot at right and in the Samples subproject), these are not an integral part of JTextCheck. You can use them or omit them entirely.

URL: http://linux.org.mt/projects/jtextcheck/index.html
Licence: LGPL


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