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DICTUNFORMAT(1)		      Linux User's Manual	       DICTUNFORMAT(1)

NAME
       dictunformat - create a raw database file from a	.dict and .index file

SYNOPSIS
       dictunformat [OPTIONS] index_filename

DESCRIPTION
       dictunformat takes a dictionary index file as a parameter and a dictio-
       nary database file on stdin and outputs a raw database that may be used
       to  create  a DICT database by dictfmt -t.  This	may be useful if it is
       desired to create a dictionary for a locale other than that  for	 which
       the  original was created, or if	it is desired to correct or supplement
       a pre-existing dictionary.

OPTIONS
       --help displays a usage message and exits.

       --headword-separator sep
	      sep is the headword separator used when  creating	 the  origianl
	      dictionary.  (See	--headword-separator in	dictfmt	(1)).

       index_filename
	      is the .index file of the	original dictionary.

AUTHOR
       dictunformat was	written	by Aleksey Cheusov <vle@gmx.net>.
       This  manual  page  was	written	 by  Robert  D.	Hilliard <hilliard@de-
       bian.org>.

SEE ALSO
       dictd(8), dictfmt(1)

LINUX			       January 23, 2003		       DICTUNFORMAT(1)

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