cwdreg



CWDREG( )                                                            CWDREG( )




NAME

       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 speci-
       fied 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  dic-
       tionary.   "-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  regis-
       tered into the specified binary dictionary permanently.


NOTE

       1.     The parts in [ ] are options.  They may be omitted.



                                  13 May 1992                        CWDREG( )

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