I suggested an edit to a question that was in my opinion extremely poorly phrased, and it was rejected for changing too much.
But rereading the original and my suggestion, I'm still convinced that I clarified rather than obscured the original meaning. The original question is a haphazard string of statements that, at first glance, have little to do with what the OP actually wanted, and in fact the original title seems to be asking for the solution to a problem that, according to the first sentence of the actual question text, the OP has already solved.
I carefully avoided deleting any of the info the OP gave, even the code defining the
Words() function, which seems pretty tangential to the issue at hand. I did add one piece of extra information: the OP indicated in a comment that the
dict.txt file was to be used to check whether a given string is an English word or not, so I added that information to the question itself, since I thought it was needed for clarity.
Is my edit really too major?