What is PhpDig?
PhpDig is a PHP MySQL based
Web Spider & Search Engine.



pspell_check — Checks the spelling of a word.


bool pspell_check(dictid, word);
int dictid: Dictionary link ID
string word: Word to be checked


TRUE if spelling is recognized; FALSE otherwise


This function returns TRUE if word is recognized as correct according to the dictionary associated with dictid . If word is not recognized, FALSE is returned.

Leading and trailing whitespace(s) are ignored. If you want to check the spelling of the word exactly as it's presented, use aspell_check_raw() .


Example 1103. Check word spelling

$word = 'Tralfamador';
if (!pspell_check($dictid, $word)) {
    echo "Incorrect.\n";
} else {
    echo "$word is correct.\n";

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