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MKBINDIC

MKBINDIC

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NAME

mkbindic - Convert a text-form dictionary into a binary-form dictionary

 

SYNOPSYS

mkbindic [-m | -s] [-name dicname] [-c version] textfile

 

DESCRIPTION

mkbindic creates a binary-form dictionary (with extension .cbd or dicname) from a text-form dictionary textfile. With -c mkbindic creates old format dictionary. Current supported versions are 3.0 and 3.7.

 

EXAMPLE

% mkbindic user.ctd

A binary-form dictionary user.cbd and a frequency dictionary
user.cld are created from a text-form dictionary user.ctd.

 

ENVIRONMENT

TMPDIR
mkbindic uses the value of this variable for the working directory when it makes temporary files. The value defaults to /tmp if not specified.

 

SEE ALSO

dicar(1), dpbindic(1)


 

Index

NAME
SYNOPSYS
DESCRIPTION
EXAMPLE
ENVIRONMENT
SEE ALSO

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