AutoCorrect

AutoCorrect

A feature that corrects misspellings and makes other grammatical changes on the fly.
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Yes, autocorrect provides plenty of frustration -- but just as many gems.
Pangit ng hits,' said another, whose autocorrect stopped him/her from calling Calzado's thighs ugly.
Lakoba, a mathematics professor at UVM, detailed an experimental demonstration of an optical medium in which multiple beams of light can autocorrect their own shapes without affecting one another.
One of the most talked about issues with iOS 11 was the autocorrect bug where the keyboard would (http://www.
1 have comes across an autocorrect bug which changed the letter 'I' to an uppercase 'A'.
Our machine learning algorithms figure out what kind of transaction you are inputting, and suggest the correct account code--just like autocorrect on your iPhone.
I am awful at this, though I did correctly guess that the autocorrect for 'has a dog ever been' was 'to space'.
The mysterious term that President Donald Trump tweeted has spread like wildfire on social media and the Scrabble-like multiplayer game has jumped aboard, defining the word as "the amount and quality of reporting when autocorrect fails you at 3am".
According to autocorrect, co-operation can end up as copulation, Batman comes out as breast-milk and marrying ends up as mutilating.
Once upon a time, if you typed the word 'Brexit' your autocorrect (thinking 'what fresh lexical hell is this?
In "On the Occasion of Typing My First Email on a Brand-New Phone," Duhamel writes, "When I sign 'Denise'/ autocorrect suggests Denise Richards / which makes my ex-husband Charlie Sheen .
Breaking My Phone is a song literally about that, and Daffodil Days talks about an autocorrect blunder in a text.