Is anyone aware of any computer program that checks LaTex files for spelling and grammar?

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Is anyone aware of any computer program that checks LaTex files for spelling and grammar?

I don't, but the secretary in Ali McBeal's office patented her line of condoms with personalized sayings printed along them. I don't know if they were spell or grammar-checked.

Charles Riggs
Is anyone aware of any computer program that checks LaTex files for spelling and grammar?

Hi,
No; and warning...
Spell-checkers are reasonably trustworthy in general, but I've never yet encountered a grammar-checker that can be trusted, especially for a language as irregular as English. I wouldn't expect to see a reliable one for at least 5 years. If you use any that I've seen (mainly Microsoft) you'd need to know the grammar well enough to know when it's wrong (then it can be of some minor assistance).

As a sideline, I proofread and subedit academic papers and theses (about 30 per year). This is mainly in business school research (econometrics, finance, management science etc., including statistics - which I teach at an elementary level), and mainly for authors whose first language isn't English. That can include some English-speaking mathematicians, for whom formal languages take priority over their natural language(s);-)>.
I'll enquire of a finance PhD student I know, who's a bigger user of Latex.
Good luck and beware - Paul
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Is anyone aware of any computer program that checks LaTex files for spelling and grammar?

Hi, No; and warning... Spell-checkers are reasonably trustworthy in general,

They should pop up whenever they hit a homonym and give you definitions for the various possibilities.
but I've never yet encountered a grammar-checker that can be trusted, especially for a language as irregular as English.

What's irregular about English? It doesn't have a lot of endings to get wrong, so checking endings for correctness doesn't help much.

"If writers knew whose mouths would end up spewing out their works,

they'd cut off their hands." +-Gerard Depardieu, "Pure Formality"
but I've never yet encountered a grammar-checker that can be trusted, especially for a language as irregular as English.

What's irregular about English? It doesn't have a lot of endings to get wrong, so checking endings for correctness doesn't help much.

Bill,
Try putting English irregular (no quotes) into Google.

I would guess that, like me, you're a native English speaker. My business relies on its irregularity, and the difficulties non-native English speakers can have with it.
Long may its richness continue - Paul
Hi, I am not Schevarie. I am another one. Do not want to change the profile already exist. I was reading your message. Do you speak french or do you understand french languages. I speak french and my english (writing is so far so good 'cause I can read it more at a time) but when I speak it's very hard. especially with had had, and the 'd. Sometime it is I had, and sometime it's I would. Do you have something to help me to find more.

by the way, my name is Brian from NB. Canada
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