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Grammar Checking in Bash / Unix Shell

Bash / Unix Shell

Bash is a command-line interpreter that provides an interface for Unix-like operating systems. It's a popular scripting language for Unix, Linux, and macOS.

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With Sapling, you can add grammar or spell checking functionality to an existing Bash / Unix Shell application.

This page demonstrates a quick way to integrate grammar and spell checking functionality into a Bash / Unix Shell application using Sapling's API. If you are not looking for a Bash / Unix Shell guide, click here for guides for other programming languages.

Sapling does not currently maintain a Bash / Unix Shell-specific SDK, but you can access the Sapling Grammar Checking HTTP API using any programming language that supports HTTP POST requests. An example is shown below.

Setup Steps

Bash / Unix Shell Grammar Check Quickstart

curl \
  -X POST \
  -H "Content-Type: application/json" \
  -d '{"key": "<API_KEY>", "text": "Lets get started!", "session_id": "Test Document UUID"}' \

Returned result:

          "sentence":"Lets get started!",


Addtional parameters and Sapling's full API documentation can be accessed here: