Conjuins: v2.0.2 Copyright 2001-2011 SHIRAISHI Tatsuto
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How to Use
v2.0.2 - It doesn't suggest regular -er verbs
- If your keyboard doesn't support characters with diacritic marks
(accent, circumflex or cedilla), type these marks after the letter
to which you want to add them. For example, for "e with accent
grave", type [e`], for "c with cedilla", type [c,]. Be sure to add
diacritic marks. Conjuins recognizes "liserer" and "lise'rer"
differently --- They have different conjugations.
- If you retrieved a conjugation table by one of the conjugations (did
reverse lookup), you'll find it distinguished in blue in the table.
- Unused or very rarely used conjugations are drawn in light gray. You
can look up such conjugations and retrieve the table, but they are
never distinguished in blue.
- Verbs whose participe passé varies irregularly (ex. devoir -> dû,
due, dus, dues, absoudre -> absous, absoute, absoutes), can be
searched out by these participles; other verbs only by masculine
- Although "-er" regular verbs are not included in the dictionary,
Conjuins can infer the most appropriate infinitive and generate the
table. But most "-ir" regular verbs are already included in the
dictionary. It is highly recommended to check the verb you entered
and the result carefully when "guessed as -ir verb".
- Conjugations which contain "---" are unused or very rarely used, or
- pouvoir can't be searched out by puis.
Questions and Comments
- I welcome your questions and comments. If you have had any
difficulty in using Conjuins, or found bugs or have suggestion,
please let me know.
- CONJUINS IS PROVIDED TO YOU FREE OF CHARGE, "AS IS." THE ADMINISTRATOR
OF CONJUINS USES HIS BEST EFFORTS TO MAINTAIN THIS SOFTWARE, BUT HE IS
NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR THE RESULTS OF ANY DEFECTS THAT MAY BE FOUND TO
EXIST IN CONJUINS.
- To Mlle I.N, who always listened to my complicated computer-oriented
talk, and encouraged me to learn programming by saying, "If you have
mastered programming, give me instruction." I think that perhaps she
doesn't need this program's help to read French. But, even though she
may not have needed it, she certainly would appreciate my work.
- v2.0.2 auto replacement & suggest (2011/05/20)
- Dictionary and Suffix rules update. (2003/04/23)
- v1.2.1 Some bugs in dealing with accents were fixed. Dictionary
and Suffix rules update. (2002/05/19)
- v1.2.0 Equipped ignore-accents-search, changed to case insensitive,
and some extra improvements. (2001/10/19)
- v1.0.0 The first release of Servlet version. (2001/08/22)