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Windows 7: what is this file for?

14 Dec 2010   #1
oceano

7 64
 
 
what is this file for?

noise.kor
see attached txt file or see it here
thanks

about
1
after
2
all
also
3
an
4
and
5
another
6
any
7
are
8
as
9
at
0
be
$
because
been
before
being
between
both
but
by
came
can
come
could
did
do
each
for
from
get
got
has
had
he
have
her
here
him
himself
his
how
if
in
into
is
it
like
make
many
me
might
more
most
much
must
my
never
now
of
on
only
or
other
our
out
over
said
same
see
should
since
some
still
such
take
than
that
the
their
them
then
there
these
they
this
those
through
to
too
under
up
very
was
way
we
well
were
what
where
which
while
who
with
would
you
your
a
b
c
d
e
f
g
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i
j
k
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m
n
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p
q
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s
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Attached Files
File Type: txt noise.kor.txt (1.5 KB, 9 views)
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14 Dec 2010   #2
xarden

Windows 7 Enterprise
 
 

Initial thoughts is that it could be a Korean dictionary file, or speech file, that a korean program uses to convert back to english
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14 Dec 2010   #3
Auburn Boy

Windows 7 32 bit Professional
 
 

Full-text Index and Querying Concepts

Quote:
Noise-word lists for many languages are provided in the directory \Mssql\Ftdata\Sqlserver\Config. This directory is created, and the noise-word files are installed when you set up Microsoft® SQL Server™ with the full-text search support.
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15 Dec 2010   #4
oceano

7 64
 
 

Thanks very much
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