gbCodeWords is a simple utility which opens a file containing source code, then extracts the list of words found in the source code. Word in comments and strings are not included in the list.
You can also sort the output list or eliminate duplicates.
Case sensitivity and the allowal of words containing all numbers are optional.
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The next image shows the main screen of gbCodeWords. An application code listing is shown on the left, with the extracted/sorted/unique word list shown on the right.
gbCodeWords has no Save/Save-As function. For that, you can copy the output list to the clipboard and paste into applications of your choice.
To start using gbCodeWords, you need a source code listing, which goes into the left text box. You can Open (toolbar button) an existing source code file (*.bas or *.inc) or you can paste content into the left side.
With source code available, you can take any of 3 actions.
Case sensitivity and removal of words which start with numbers are optional.
The Input (left) and Output (right) editors also provide standard Cut/Copy/Paste context menus.
The following options are available from the toolbar. Some buttons provide additional dropdown menu options.
gbCodeWords application settings are saved in an INI file, kept in the same folder as the gbCodeWords application.
Comments and suggestions are welcome!