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       cwdreg - To register characters/words into the binary format


       cwdreg   [-D server ]   -n envname
                -d dicno < textdic
       cwdreg   [-D server ]   -n envname
                -L filename < textdic




       This  function  allows  user  to  register  characters/words  into  the
       specified binary dictionary, with either  dictionary  number  dicno  or
       dictionary filename filename specified.

       server  is  the  machine name of the server.  If this is not specified,
       the default cserver indicated by the environment variable CSERVER  will
       be taken.

       "-n  envname  "   must be  specified.  envname is the environment name.
       You may execute "cwnnstat -E" to see the current environment name.

       Either "-d dicno " or "-L filename " must be specified.
       dicno is the dictionary  number.   filename  is  the  filename  of  the
       dictionary.   "-L"  is  used  for when the dictionary is from the local

       "<" means to pipe the textdic as an input to "cwdreg" command.

       textdic is the text file which user enters the characters/words  to  be
       registered.    The format of this text file must be the same as that in
       the system text format dictionary.  That is,
       |  Pinyin      Word       Cixing        Frequency  |
       |   :           :          :              :        |
       Refer to cWnn manual for details on dictionary.
       By  using  "cwdreg",  all  the  characters/words  in  textdic  will  be
       registered into the specified binary dictionary permanently.


       1.     The parts in [ ] are options.  They may be omitted.

                                  13 May 1992