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List remaining letters/possible words

Game #:  
Letter (optional):  

Include list of possible words:  

American Search SOWPODS Search

Min. word length:  

This may take a while depending on the number of words found.


Anagram rack letters

American Search SOWPODS Search

Rack letters:  
Examples: "asdfghie", "13" (letters from Scribble game #13), "2.sef" (letters from game #2 plus 'sef'), "10 +aeiou" (same as using a period)

Min. word length:  



This may take a while depending on the number of words found.


Check word validity

Word:  

Thursday, June 17, 2004

I've revised the new syntax that was added last week: Now you should use the . (period) to specify additional letters to be anagrammed instead of the plus sign (+). So, for example, to use the current tray tiles from game 8 with the letters smac added to it you would do this: 8.smac.

You can still use the plus if you want but it's easier to type the period.

Friday, June 11, 2004

I've added a new syntax to be used with anagramming letters. Now, in addition to providing letters yourself, you can also just specify the number of a game and that game's current tray letters will be used as the letters to find available words.

And in addition to that you can add an 's' to a game's tray letters by appending a '.s' to the game number (Ex: 15.s) and you can add additional letters to game's tray letters by using a '+' (plus sign). For example, to use the current tray letters from game 8 with an 's' and add the letters 'smac' added to it you would do this: 8.s + smac.

I often find myself typing the tray letters of a game (especially for the first word) and adding an s manually so it made sense to automate this a bit.

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