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It would be nice to believe that a word-processor could actually improve your writing ability. Unfortunately, this just isn't true: word processors can make writing, adjusting and rephrasing a document easier, but they won't turn anyone into a literary genius.

Once that last adjustment has been made. one final stage must be completed before any document of importance can be sent out the spelling must be checked This not only very boring for a human being to do but is prone to human error, sloppiness and ignorance. It'sa pretty hawk-eyed writer who can spot all spelling errors as well as those typing mistakes that turn ands'into 'adns', thes'into'tehs'

Tasman's Tas-spell is an impressive if not quite total - solution to the problem. The only really bad point about it is that it will only work with Tasword 464-D or Tasword 6128. There are in fact two versions of Tas-spell, one on each side of the supplied disc, for Tasword 464 D and Tasword 6128. People who bought Amsword or cassette-based Tasword will need to upgrade to the full disc program.

The reason for this is that Tas-spell is supplied only on disc. And the reason why it is supplied only on disc is its sheer size it contains over 20,000 words, or roughly 100K of data. This is pretty impressive when you consider that the average educated adult probably has a vocabulary of around 25.000 words. Trying to load such a system from tape would be far too complex; you would have to keep fast-forwarding and reversing the tape to find the right dictionary block.
word that is not in its dictionary, it highlights the word and the lines around it and then it asks the user exactly what they want do.
The program, of course, is not 'intelligent' It will recognise word roots, but compounds formed by means of suffixes and prefixes may lie beyond its ken. Hence, Tas-spell recognised 'stabilised'but not ædestabilised', which is only to be expected but is the kind of thing you need to bear in mind when using it.
On highlighting a word, Tas-spell offers the user three options. L will cause Tas-spell to add the word to its dictionary. In theory, since there is about 40K of space on the disc, up to 10,000 new words can be added. In practice, the maximum number of new words is about two thousand. This should be enough for anybody's needs since, after all. you can read some newspapers quite easily with just a 500 word vocabulary Users of technical or foreign vocabular y will find this most useful.

I will make Tas-spell ignore a spelling. For example, if you have a lot of names in your file, and you don't want to add them to the dictionary, then this command will solve the problem.

C will allow you to change the spelling of a word if you have made a mistake. On the 464 D version, you can edit it from Tas-spell, but the 6128 version forces a return to Tasword. This may seem a little strange, but if you have made a whole series of spelling errors in succession - say you started pressing a 'p' instead of an 'o' - then it saves a lot of effort for 6128 owners. Unfortunately, it corrupts Tasword 6128 in the process, and so once the program has had the spelling checked, Tasword would need to be reloaded.

Further options include a number-trapping function which, when on, will ignore words containing numbers. Numbers alone are always ignored. S will switch on the single letter trapping function and will reject any single letters other than 'A' or 'T', "D" deletes words from the dictionary, while T will put you back into Tasword.
The manual states how to create your own 100K from scratch, and also how to configure the Tasword/Tas-spell system for Amstrads v/ith two disc drives, so you could have Tasword and your text files on one drive. and Tas-spell on the other.

 

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L'Amstrad CPC est une machine 8 bits à base d'un Z80 à 4MHz. Le premier de la gamme fut le CPC 464 en 1984, équipé d'un lecteur de cassettes intégré il se plaçait en concurrent  du Commodore C64 beaucoup plus compliqué à utiliser et plus cher. Ce fut un réel succès et sorti cette même années le CPC 664 équipé d'un lecteur de disquettes trois pouces intégré. Sa vie fut de courte durée puisqu'en 1985 il fut remplacé par le CPC 6128 qui était plus compact, plus soigné et surtout qui avait 128Ko de RAM au lieu de 64Ko.