SpellAid is a Waba applet for displaying a sorted list of the words in Palm OS memos. It also gives a frequency of occurrence count for each word.
A word is defined as any adjacent set of A-Z, a-z or apostrophes. Yes, I know this is English-centric. If anyone wants to internationalize it, let me know.
Why do I call it SpellAid? For those who remember back to earlier days of computing before spell checkers, a fast and easy way to spell check an entire document was to print out a sorted list of all unique words in it and then visually scan the list for non-words. It actually worked well.
I wrote SpellAid mostly as an exercise in using Waba. Since I had written an earlier version in PocketC, this allow me to compare the languages.
Last Updated 1/7/01