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    Quote Originally Posted by M4v3R View Post
    Updated info above with information about one/two-letter-words files. I will post the proggy in the coming days.
    Any news about this proggy you told us that you was going to post (regarding the one & two-letter dictionaries)?
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    Quote Originally Posted by geircito View Post
    Any news about this proggy you told us that you was going to post (regarding the one & two-letter dictionaries)?
    they are easy to edit in a random text editor.
    Just look in them how its formated and copy that between words

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    Quote Originally Posted by protoZ_dk View Post
    they are easy to edit in a random text editor.
    Just look in them how its formated and copy that between words
    Well, I have tried to open in different text editors, and no no.....
    Please tell me what "random text editor" you used?

    And if it would have been THAT easy why is M4v3R telling us that he is about to make a proggy to edit those dictionary files?
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    I don't understand. What kind of words to the *-{one/two}-letter-words.dat files contain? I've looked at the content and the differences between english, french and german files are minimal.

    Does anyone know what the X-boolean field is used for in iPhoneShop?

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    I guess there are not too many differences because there are not too many words that can be formed with just a letter. Or two Just a guess.

    And about that boolean field, I found that it was "false" in the English dictionary wherever a word could be spelled in two different ways.


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    Quote Originally Posted by reycat View Post
    I guess there are not too many differences because there are not too many words that can be formed with just a letter. Or two Just a guess.
    How can I create a one/two letter words for swedish? And do anyone know what these files are used for?

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    I also wonder if anyone else has noticed that dictionary generated from iPhoneshop doesn't work with special characters as å, ä and ö.

    If I write "oland" i want the phone to suggest "öland" because "öland" is in my dictionary and "oland" is not.

    I've checked the iPhoneshop source and have noticed that getiKeyboard() doesn't include special characters: http://iphoneshop.googlecode.com/svn...ictionary.java

    Maby this change will fix the problem?

    Change
    iKeyboard.put('a', new char[]{'a', 's', 'w', 'z'});
    to
    iKeyboard.put('a', new char[]{'a', 's', 'w', 'z', 'å', 'ä'});

    and
    iKeyboard.put('o', new char[]{'o', 'p', 'i', 'k', 'l'});
    to
    iKeyboard.put('o', new char[]{'o', 'p', 'i', 'k', 'l', 'ö'});

    Or does anyone have another suggestion to fix the problem?

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    Would love a quick fix for the Swedish Character Syndrome problem as well. Sounds like a reasonable solution. Or perhaps you could "just" get UTF-16 support into iPhoneShop?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cybermaven View Post
    Would love a quick fix for the Swedish Character Syndrome problem as well. Sounds like a reasonable solution. Or perhaps you could "just" get UTF-16 support into iPhoneShop?
    http://code.google.com/p/iphoneshop/issues/detail?id=15

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    Quote Originally Posted by M4v3R View Post
    *-{one/two}-letter-words.dat: These two files hold one and two letter words for each language. They always start with 8 byte header, 6 bytes unknown, and 2 bytes are length of the file minus 8 bytes. Then the list of words follow, with 3 byte 'counter' at the beginning, and 3 (one-letter-words) / 6 (two-letter-words) 00-padded word in plain ASCII.
    Can anyone tell me why the one-letter-words.dat contains a-z in every language? Shouldn't the content be different in different languages?

    And why do the two-letter-words.dat contain the same words several times? (example fr_FR-two-letter-words.dat contains "ni" at least three times).

    And some of the words are not really words (example en_US-two-letter-words.dat contains "zz" which according to http://www.trussel.com/scrabble/2words.htm is not a word).

    And is the order of the two-letter-words significant?

    And why do the iPhone suggest "roll" instead of "till" when entering "toll". In my wordlist "roll" has relevance 98 and "till" has relevance 99. I expect "till" to be suggested. Where is the logic?

    If you can answer at least one of these questions - then you are the hero of the day!


 

 
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