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pspell_config_mode — Sets the replacement mode for a Pspell configuration.


bool pspell_config_mode(configid, mode);
int configid: Configuration handle to use
int mode: Suggestion mode to use


TRUE if successful; FALSE otherwise


This function tells Pspell how aggressive it should be when suggesting replacements for misspelled words. It serves much the same function as the mode parameter to the pspell_new() function, with the exception that it cannot be ORed with PSPELL_RUN_TOGETHER() ; for that, you'll need to use pspell_config_runtogether().()

The mode parameter may be any one of the predefined constants PSPELL_FAST (a few suggestions), PSPELL_NORMAL (the default number of suggestions), or PSPELL_BAD_SPELLERS (a large number of suggestions). If not explicitly set, Pspell will behave as though PSPELL_NORMAL had been used.

The configid parameter is a valid configuration handle as returned by pspell_config_create() .


Example 1107. Change a configuration's mode option

if ($configid = pspell_config_create('en')) {
   pspell_config_mode($configid, PSPELL_FAST);

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