## ~seirdy/moac

805d2b365bdfd199ea808ad870e47faf67c20da5 — Pranjal Kole 6 months ago
```Fix some spelling mistakes

"liklihood" -> "likelihood"
"alculate" -> "calculate"
```
```4 files changed, 4 insertions(+), 4 deletions(-)

M cmd/moac/main.go
M completions/zsh/_moac
M doc/moac.1.scd
M givens.go
```
`M cmd/moac/main.go => cmd/moac/main.go +1 -1`
```@@ 34,7 34,7 @@ OPTIONS:
-p <password>	Password to analyze; use "-" for stdin

COMMANDS:
-  strength	Calculate the liklihood of a successful guess
+  strength	Calculate the likelihood of a successful guess
entropy	Calculate the entropy of the given password
entropy-limit	Calculate the minimum entropy for a brute-force attack failure.
`

```
`M completions/zsh/_moac => completions/zsh/_moac +1 -1`
```@@ 17,7 17,7 @@ _arguments \

local -a subcommands
subcommands=(
-	"strength:alculate the liklihood of a successful guess"
+	"strength:calculate the likelihood of a successful guess"
"entropy:calculate the entropy of the given password"
"entropy-limit:calculate the minimum entropy for a brute-force attack failure."
)

```
`M doc/moac.1.scd => doc/moac.1.scd +1 -1`
```@@ 83,7 83,7 @@ radiation.
# COMMANDS

*strength*
-	Calculate the liklihood of a successful guess.
+	Calculate the likelihood of a successful guess.

*entropy*
Calculate the entropy of the given password

```
`M givens.go => givens.go +1 -1`
```@@ 114,7 114,7 @@ func (givens *Givens) Populate() error {
return nil
}

-// BruteForceability computes the liklihood that a password will be
+// BruteForceability computes the likelihood that a password will be
// brute-forced given the contstraints in givens.
// if 0 < BruteForceability <= 1, it represents the probability that the
// password can be brute-forced.

```