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The simplest solution is probably to use pdftotext from poppler-utils to extract the text, and then use an existing command line spell-checker (spell, ispell, aspell, etc...) to check it. Note that if you are generating the PDF, you are probably better off checking the source of that generation, as words are liable to be bro- ken by being formatted in a PDF.


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Also if possible from Slack. So you can type: /trello add @john @jessica Finish blog post Here you can find more info: https://help.trello.com/article/1049-slack-app


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You could for example use Python 3: import hashlib file_name='abc.txt' with open(file_name) as file_to_check: # read 8192 bytes of the file data = file_to_check.read(8192) # pipe contents of the file through md5_returned = hashlib.md5(data).hexdigest()


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