Or to translate: Create Anagrams With Wordplay
There is a very old Linux Terminal program that is just plain fun to play with. It’s called Wordplay, and was written way back in 1991, and the last update was in 1996.
What Wordplay does is take any input string, and automatically create all the possible anagrams that it can.
Start by heading over to your Package Manager, and searching for and then installing Wordplay:
Next, open a Terminal window and simply type: wordplay
This will give you a listing of the variables available when running the program. Take note that a when inputting a complete sentence like I did above, that tens of thousands of results are possible. They will over-flow the memory buffer of your Terminal program. This will end up only displaying the last several hundred.
The easy way to solve this problem is to pipe the results to a text file, as shown in this example:
If things get out of hand, you can always type a [CTL]+C to stop the program execution.
A snippet of my text editor, showing close to half a million output choices before I stopped it running!
Yes, you can limit the results in the configuration when you run the program though!