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pspell_config_runtogether — Tells a Pspell configuration whether to consider run-together words as correctly spelled.


bool pspell_config_runtogether(configid, runtogether);
int configid: Configuration handle to use
bool runtogether: Whether to consider run-together words as valid


TRUE if successful; FALSE otherwise


This function offers a way to change the setting of a Pspell configuration's runtogether option after a link to the configuration has been created with pspell_config_create() . If runtogether is a TRUE value, checks on words using a dictionary link created with configid will consider run-together words as correctly spelled; otherwise, they'll be considered misspelled. This only affects the operation of pspell_check() , as pspell_suggest()() still gives a list of suggested alternate spellings.

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


Example 1110. Change a configuration's runtogether option

if ($configid = pspell_config_create('en')) {
   pspell_config_runtogether($configid, true);

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