Another interesting addition to this asset, is the letter count feature. This optimizes the online tool to count the number of characters in a text, without the spaces in between letters or words.
Different publishing platforms may have different restrictions on the length of a content. 'Spaces' may not bother some, while you could be exceeding the permissible limit elsewhere, ironically with 'empty spaces'. At the same time, write ups for different purposes follow a certain size convention. For instance, novels are generally 60,000 – 80,000 words long. Around 20,000 – 40,000 words sum up a novella, while short stories average about 2,500 words. Coming to more day-to-day requirements, a job application is best expressed within 600 words, while the count is 3,000 to 8,000 words for a dissertation.
With the standards pre-defined, the likelihood of overstepping, or even falling short, is not unusual. This is where we may help. Further still, a precise knowledge of the number of letters in a text helps in avoiding pleonasms.
There's no ambiguity, when you use this advanced letter count tool. Get function-specific accurate results - each time!
That's not all! Our character/letter counter also allows you to check the spelling of your text, and also convert it to uppercase or lowercase. It also presents an instant, complete statistics of a content, which includes the number of sentences, paragraphs, and average number of words and characters in a sentence. We bet, even your revered English language teacher didn't delve so deep.
Interestingly, these minute details contribute to your unique style of presentation and help you evaluate it against good writing practices.