RaedTaht 1.0
You probably have already heard of funny research in word ordering.

"Acodricng to raserech at Cmaribgde uitisnevry,
it dsoen't mtaetr waht oredr the lteerts in a wrod are,
the olny imratpont tnihg is taht the fsirt and lsat ltrtees
are at the rghit pclae. The rset can be a ttaol mses and you can stlil
raed it wutihot a perlobm. Tihs is beusace we do not raed erevy lteter
by it slef but the wrod as a wolhe."

It was proposed to use such mangling in captcha software (probably because of idea that human can read such stuff and computer can't), so I got curious if computer could decipher such texts well, and wrote this little program [download: program with sources (c++) and dictionary] . (usage: raedtaht -l dictionary -d your_shuffled_text) Practice shows that in many cases computer reads taht btteer tahn hmaun cluod. Ntoe: it takes some time (~1 sec) to load relatively big dictionary.

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