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DPBINDIC(1)						      General Commands Manual						       DPBINDIC(1)

dpbindic - Convert a binary-form dictionary into a text-form dictionary SYNOPSYS
dpbindic [ -xiu [ frequency ] ] binary-file [ text-file ] DESCRIPTION
dpbindic outputs the file information of the binary-form dictionary file specified in binary-file . At this time, the word information of the dictionary can be output in text form to the standard output. To do so, use test-file to specify the text-form dictionary used as the source of binary-form dictionary file. If this specification is omitted, the text dictionary file information in the binary dictionary file will be output. The standard grammar file name is /usr/local/canna/lib/dic/hyoujun.gram. It will be used if the grammar file name specification is omitted. The output format of word information data is specified using an option. OPTIONS
-x Outputs the data without using omission symbol @, which is used when the initial word represents the reading. -i Replaces the reading and word for output. -u Outputs the candidates used in conversion. Outputs all candidates having frequency or more. If frequency is omitted, all candi- dates having frequency 1 will be output. EXAMPLES
(1) If the text-form dictionary file name is omitted: %dibindic iroha.cbd (Text dictionary file name = Directory size + Word size, packed) iroha.swd = 2985 + 5306 pak a4 iroha.mwd = 36276 + 113139 pak a4 (2) If the text-form dictionary file name iroha.mwd is specified: %dpbindic iroha.cbd iroha.mwd (Text dictionary file name = Directory size + Word size, packed) iroha.mwd = 36276 + 113139 pak a4 SEE ALSO
mkbindic(1), dicar(1) DPBINDIC(1)

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DICAR(1)						      General Commands Manual							  DICAR(1)

dicar - Archive Binary Dictionary SYNOPSYS
dicar -t bindic1 dicar -x bindic1 [ bindic2 ] dicar -r bindic1 bindic2 dicar -d bindic1 bindic2 DESCRIPTION
dicar archives binary dictionary bindic1. The hyphen of each option may be omitted. OPTIONS
-t Displays the dictionaries contained in binary dictionary file bindic1. Each displayed name of the dictionaries consists of the text file name followed by extension '.d'. This text file name is that before the dictionary file is converted into the binary file. -x Fetches dictionary bindic2 from bindic1. Bindic2 consists of the text file name followed by extension '.d'. This text file name is that before the dictionary file is converted into the binary file. The fetched file bindic2 becomes a dictionary file in binary format. If bindic2 is omitted, all dictionaries within bindic1 will be fetched. -r Adds to bindic1, all dictionaries that are contained in the dictionary file specified in bindic2. Any dictionary in bindic1 that is contained in bindic1 is overwritten. -d Deletes bindic2 from bindic1. EXAMPLES
% ls chimei.d shima.d % dicar -t shima.d (Text dictionary file name = Directory size + Word size, packed) % dicar r shima.d shima.mwd.d (Replaces shima.mwd.d.) % dicar r shima.d chimedi.d (Adds chimedi.d to shima.d.) % dicar -t shma.d (Text dictionary file name = Directory size + Word size, packed) SEE ALSO
dpbindic(1), mkbindic(1) DICAR(1)

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