Word Sorter is a handy tool that enables the user to extract a word list from any given text. The list can be extracted alphabetically, showing each case of the word found in the text, or by word frequency, beginning with the least...
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Space Man 1 Beware of out of control satellites while you race to save the Universe in this arcade style game. The fate of everything rests soley upon your shoulders as you struggle to collect all planet like deceptoids before your own ship is demolished!
Description: Word Sorter is a handy tool that enables the user to extract a word list from any given text. The list can be extracted alphabetically, showing each case of the word found in the text, or by word frequency, beginning with the least, and ending with the most used word. There is also an option to show just how many times each word is used. Word lists have always been wonderful tools for educational purposes. Wouldn't it be nice to create your own word list from your own choice of text. This would be especially useful to homeschoolers and tutors. There are dozens of other educational applications as well, but it's not just for education, it can also be a practical tool for writers. It can greatly assist in creating glossaries or an index, or allow writers to see if they're being too redundant with particular words. Just as there are for education, there are many more applications for writers. The list of applications for Word Sorter goes on and on. Whether it's for education, writing, playing games, or whatever you may need a word list for, Word Sorter is the tool for you.
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