Originally Posted by nrapallo
That .html is your stating point for a nice compact dictionary (with approx. 19,300 word entries) for your own personal use! There's no table of contents, but adding a two-level one as suggested by VR is a great excercise left to the reader (not hardware one
p.s. I include that .html in the zip below to give you a head start; just say you got it from installing the above eRocket software.
A more ambitious project would include an updated 1913 Webster's dictionary done a long time ago here http://web.archive.org/web/200406061...adiocrypt.com/
. This one includes 125,970 searchable words!!!
Note this page is no longer on the internet, but can still be found using the WayBackMachine at archive.org. The original Websters' Dictionary 2.0.rb
may not be still available there, but I have it (15MB) if you need it. The info extracted from that .rb is presented here:
COMMENT=Info file for the following eBook
TITLE=Webster's Dictionary ver 2.0
AUTHOR=HTML ed. by KDawg
GENERATOR=rbmake v0.99f using the rbmake library v0.99f
However, for convenience, I attach an updated .html extracted from that .rb that I used to convert to REB1200 .imp (23MB) many years ago! This one includes a simple TOC and is placed in the footer of my reader. You may need to remove it from there and place it as a stand-alone TOC.
BTW, did I mention IT'S HUGE.
Lots of luck here!
EDIT: moved the updated .html file and REB1200 screenshots to my .imp Webster's Dictionary post.
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