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Name Description Information Author


Extract all words of one or several text files. These words will be written to a file, one different word per line, to constitute a dictionary usable by other applications. Version: 1.3

Date: 11/10/92

Source: not



Check if the words contained in a dictionary are correctly classified in the order required by the French language. Version: 1.2

Date: 11/10/92

Source: not

L Delafosse


Use this software to cross words and the search for anagrams. Give it some letters and it will turn over you a list of words made up of these!

To obtain list of words, see Dictionary and resources.

Version: 1.4

Date: 14/11/92

Source: not

L Delafosse


Classify a dictionary of words in the order of the French dictionaries. Version: 1.0

Date: 14/07/93

Source: not

L Delafosse


Decoding routine of dictionaries to the lex format. Version: 1.0

Date: 12/09/92

Source: TP 5.0

J Chodkiewicz, L. Delafosse

Dictionary is a small program making it possible to exploit a lexicon of French words, in order to check the spelling of a word. It supports part of the regular expressions in order to be able to find a word or a group words starting from a fraction of the required term. Contains also a dictionary of 94836 French words and 39072 cities of France.

Programs (161 ko) | Letters A-L (311 ko) | Letters M-Z (275 ko)

Version: 1.1

Date: 24/10/92

Source: C

R. Cougnenc


Others linguistic resources
Name Description Information Author

List of 239 204 French words, in IBM-PC (OEM) format . This list is sorted in the order of the French dictionaries.

Letters A-L (349 ko) | Letters M-Z (258 ko)

Version: 1.0

Date: 22/08/94

Source: yes



In bulk
Name Description Information Author


A (small) expert system engine which run forward chaining or backward chaining. Useful especially to understand how the things work. Version: 1.1

Date: 11/05/86

Source: TP 5.0

L Delafosse


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