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How to access thesaurus from Visual Studio .NET?

Postby Q2FybG9zIENhcmFjY2lvbGk » Mon, 26 Jan 2004 15:26:05 GMT

How can I make use of thesaurus with visual studio .net (C# for example)? I would like to use that engine for a project we are making
Any help please :)

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