– Create and generate a WordTabulator index of the source texts.
– Use WordTabulator to produce N-grams and phrases of the source text.
– Produce an index of word elements in source texts.
– Compare an index of word elements between two sets of source texts (word by word).
– Generate list of each word element in the two sets.
– Compute the Jaccard index of an index of word elements between two sets of source texts.
– Compute the Levenshtein distance of an index of word elements between two sets of source texts.

In this release we improved some functionality and did some bugfixes.

For more information about the program, please visit the link at the end of the article.

Version 1.0.3

February 17, 2005

Added support for Greek texts with standard encoding.

Version 1.0.2

February 14, 2005

Added support for function definitions with suffix, e.g. function0().

. Bugfixes for LineCount and NonWordCount functions.

Version 1.0.1

February 13, 2005

Added support for English text with the standard encoding.

Version 1.0

February 6, 2005

Initial release.


– Optimization of some functions and module:
Word count function, NonWord count function, LineCount function,
Line Count function, HTML count function.

– Support for the following encoding standard:

– Support for wide chars strings.

– Added several new functions:
– GetFileText – Get all the text in a text file or in an HTML/XML/SGML document.
– EncodeText – Encode a file/string/html/xml/sgmldocument/text to a binary format,
useful for the analysis of web pages.
– SetEncoding – Set an encoding for a text file/string/html/xml/sgmldocument/text.
– GetEncoding – Get the current encoding of a text file/string/html/xml/sgmldocument/text.

– Added module tt_lib.php, function tt_lib_end().

– Added module tt_lib.php, function tt_lib_word d82f892c90

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As you can see from the above documentation, the keymacro is nothing more than a program that is used to make macros or record macros. It is quite simple to use and is used to record button presses, mouse clicks, and mouse movements.
For example, let’s say we want to record a button press to quit the player or some other routine that we would like to take place when a button is pressed.
To do this, you just record a macro that executes when the button is pressed.
The macro should look like:
Settings QCD TrayControls for the record Macro.
Now you would go and press the button that you want to record a macro for.
After the button is pressed, press stop to record the macro.
Use Alt + F8 to play your record macro.
The following files will be created:
The macro file: -Macros -This is the.mu file that records the macro that you want.
The settings file: -Settings -This is the.xml file that tells QCD TrayControls what buttons to register for the function of interest.
The Skin file: -Skin -This is the.png file that tells QCD TrayControls where to look for the icons for the specific buttons that you want. This file is a jpg, png, gif, or bmp image file.
Please note that in the above example, it is assumed that you want the button pressed and not the button that is pressed. If you want the button that is pressed, you would use the following code instead:
Settings QCD TrayControls for the record Macro.
The next thing you would do is set your Skin file to the following:
Note that this example uses a separate Skin file for each of the buttons that you add to QCD TrayControls.
This is because I find the.png to be easier to read if it is separated from the QCD TrayControls.
For instance, if you wanted to add the Rec to the tray, then you would add the following to your Skin file:
Use Skin Files For Menu Buttons
Skin Files for Tray Controls
You would then set the following Skin file:
Use Skin Files For Menu Buttons
Skin Files for Tray Controls
Now you would go to your Tray Control Settings and assign the buttons to the function. For instance, here you see that QCD TrayControls assigned the “Stop” button to