Uhhh... not to much to say here, input your boggle board (currently only supports the standard 4x4 board) as a string of 16 characters and it finds all the words found in the dictionary you specify.
python BoggleSolve.py -b erwtghuaplozdeaa
Or you can have it generate a random board by seeding it with some random string:
python BoggleSolve.py -c ohmamamia1234
The random boards that are generated will always be boards which could possibly exist based on the dice in the real Boggle game, however the system does not check whether or not the boards which you input are possible real world Boggle boards.
I believe the dictionary I included with this is the standard unix /usr/share/dict/words, but I forget.
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