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pspell_config_create — Creates a configuration for fine-tuned creation of a dictionary link.


int pspell_config_create(language[, spelling][, jargon][, encoding]);
string language: Language in which spell checking is to be done
string spelling (optional): Spelling variation to use, if applicable
string jargon (optional): Jargon variation to use, if applicable
string encoding (optional): Expected encoding of the checked words


Positive integer configuration ID on success; FALSE on failure


pspell_config_create() creates a link to a Pspell configuration that can be used to create a link to a Pspell dictionary using pspell_new_config() . The difference between doing this and just using pspell_new() is that with pspell_config_create() you can modify the configuration settings between the call to pspell_config_create() and pspell_new_config() by using any or all of the various pspell_config_*() functions on the returned configuration ID.

All the parameters have meanings identical to those of their respective counterparts in pspell_new() .


Example 1105. Create a Pspell configuration

$configid = pspell_config_create('en', 'british');

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