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CWDREG(1)						      General Commands Manual							 CWDREG(1)

cwdreg - To register characters/words into the binary format dictionary. SYNOPSIS
cwdreg [-D server ] -n envname -d dicno < textdic OR cwdreg [-D server ] -n envname -L filename < textdic DEFAULT PATH
/usr/local/bin/cWnn4/cwdreg DESCRIPTION
This function allows user to register characters/words into the specified binary dictionary, with either dictionary number dicno or dictio- nary filename filename specified. server is the machine name of the server. If this is not specified, the default cserver indicated by the environment variable CSERVER will be taken. "-n envname " must be specified. envname is the environment name. You may execute "cwnnstat -E" to see the current environment name. Either "-d dicno " or "-L filename " must be specified. dicno is the dictionary number. filename is the filename of the dictionary. "-L" is used for when the dictionary is from the local machine. "<" means to pipe the textdic as an input to "cwdreg" command. textdic is the text file which user enters the characters/words to be registered. The format of this text file must be the same as that in the system text format dictionary. That is, -------------------------------------------------- | Pinyin Word Cixing Frequency | | : : : : | -------------------------------------------------- Refer to cWnn manual for details on dictionary. By using "cwdreg", all the characters/words in textdic will be registered into the specified binary dictionary permanently. NOTE
1. The parts in [ ] are options. They may be omitted. 13 May 1992 CWDREG(1)

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kkcvtocs00(1)							   User Commands						     kkcvtocs00(1)

kkcvtocs00 - conversion from kkcv user dictionary to cs00 user directory SYNOPSIS
kkcvtocs00 [filename...] AVAILABILITY
kkcvtocs00 is a utility that is necessary to use the words of your user dictionary of cs00 on JFP system as well as one of kkcv on JLE system. kkcvtocs00 can be used as a filter; if filename is given, it is used as an input. Otherwise, the standard input is used for it. The standard output is always used as an output. The input format should be the format of "jiritsugo-file" in kkcvdicedit which is speci- fied for a line. kkcvtocs00 shows an error message for a line that is not on the format, and ignore the line. EXAMPLES
Example 1: Create your user dictionary of cs00 from one of user dictionary of kkcv as follows. 1. In advance, on the JLE system, create "jiritsugo-file" from your user dictionary of kkcv. JLE% kkcvdicedit extract kkcv_u.dic kkcv_u.list 2. On the JFP system, convert this "jiritsugo-file" into "tango-list-file" of udicm. JFP% kkcvtocs00 kkcv_u.list > cs00_u.list 3. Create your user dictionary of cs00 from this "tango-list-file". JFP% udicm create /usr/lib/mle/ja/cs00/cs00_m.dic cs00_u.dic cs00_u.list SEE ALSO
mdicm(1), udicm(1) DIAGNOSTICS
The only purpose of kkcvtocs00 is to support of inheritance of user dictionary words from kkcv to cs00. kkcvtocs00 assumes that "jirit- sugo-file"(s) will be given as an input file. Therefore, its error process is not always strict. Currently, the following error and warning messages are defined. Error: file filename line number: is not kkcvdicedit jiritsugo format, ignored. Warning: file filename line number: "Invalid hinshi(s) have found. They are converted into ":UN". SunOS 5.10 10 Jan 2003 kkcvtocs00(1)

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