You probably won’t be overly surprised to hear that I have taken it a bit further myself. Actually, I’ve taken it rather a LOT further, but this blog article is to show you the next couple of steps.
Let’s Compile a List
The first, fairly easy, tweak I made was to store the words I don’t know in a file. I figured it would be good to make a list of these so they can be looked up or used in some way. Each time I run the vocab checker script I get a handful of new ‘unknown’ words. But what can we do with those once we’ve stored them?
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