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Is there any Java opensource dictionary?

Ivan Bisevac
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Joined: Jan 04, 2010
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I want to make code for simple dictionary. But i am not so experienced so i need some open source dictionary to learn from..Is there somethat Java program?
Greg Brannon
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You might try looking at SourceForge.net.


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Rob Spoor
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Moving to Java in General as this is not directly UI related.


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