Become a Better Programmer by Making It Hard to Write Bad Code
Adam Boro

The answer is probably not a dictionary or even a google search — just write whatever and see if the spellchecker complains.

This is why everywhere we look we see their/there/they’re errors — principle/principal, affect/effect, loose/lose etc. All of those are correctly-spelled words. They’re just not the right words.

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