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ISpeechPhraseProperty Name Property (SAPI 5.3)

Speech API 5.3
Microsoft Speech API 5.3

Interface: ISpeechPhraseProperty

Name Property


The Name property returns the name of the semantic property.

The Name is the name of the semantic property from the command and control grammar. This property must be explicitly marked with the PROPNAME label. This is often associated with an ISpeechPhraseProperty.ID which is a numeric identifier and is assigned by the PROPID label.


Syntax

Set: (This property is read-only)
Get: String = ISpeechPhraseProperty.Name

Parts

ISpeechPhraseProperty
The owning object.
String
Set: (This property is read-only)
Get: A String variable that gets the property.

Remarks

Either Name or Id (if available) may be used to identify the rule invoked. Some languages, such as Visual Basic, can use strings in a Select Case statement. Therefore, the rule Name may be used directly in the Select Case statement. Other languages, such as C/C++ can only use numeric values in switch statements. In this case, the Id is more appropriate.

Example

The following code demonstrates getting the Name and Id property from a command and control recognition.

To run this code, create a form with the following controls:

  • Two labels called Label1 and Label2

Paste this code into the Declarations section of the form.

The Form_Load procedure creates and activates a command and control grammar. The grammar file sol.xml is the solitaire grammar provided with the SDK. The path listed is for a standard SDK install and may be changed as needed.

If "play the red five" has been recognized, the application displays the recognized text in Label1. Label2 displays the additional information about the grammar properties. In this case, the rules would be "color" and "rank" along with their numeric values.


Option Explicit
Public WithEvents RC As SpSharedRecoContext
Public myGrammar As ISpeechRecoGrammar

Private Sub Form_Load()
    On Error GoTo EH
    Set RC = New SpSharedRecoContext

    Set myGrammar = RC.CreateGrammar
    myGrammar.CmdLoadFromFile "C:\Program Files\Microsoft Speech SDK 5.3\Samples\Common\sol.xml", SLODynamic
    myGrammar.CmdSetRuleIdState 0, SGDSActive

EH:
    If Err.Number Then ShowErrMsg
End Sub

Private Sub RC_FalseRecognition _
   (ByVal StreamNumber As Long, _
    ByVal StreamPosition As Variant, _
    ByVal Result As SpeechLib.ISpeechRecoResult)

    Beep
    Label1.Caption = "(no recognition)"
    Label2.Caption = ""

End Sub

Private Sub RC_Recognition _
   (ByVal StreamNumber As Long, _
    ByVal StreamPosition As Variant, _
    ByVal RecognitionType As SpeechLib.SpeechRecognitionType, _
    ByVal Result As SpeechLib.ISpeechRecoResult)

    Dim i, j, theFirstElement, theNumberOfElements As Long
    Dim theString As String

    On Error GoTo EH

    Label1.Caption = Result.PhraseInfo.GetText & vbCrLf

    Label2.Caption = "Rule Properties Found : " & Result.PhraseInfo.Properties.Count & vbCrLf
    For i = 0 To Result.PhraseInfo.Properties.Count - 1

        'Property name used
        Label2.Caption = Label2.Caption & _
            "Property Name: " & Result.PhraseInfo.Properties.Item(i).Name

         'Property Id used
        Label2.Caption = Label2.Caption & _
            " (" & Result.PhraseInfo.Properties.Item(i).Id & ")"

        theFirstElement = Result.PhraseInfo.Properties.Item(i).FirstElement
        theNumberOfElements = Result.PhraseInfo.Properties.Item(i).NumberOfElements

        theString = ""
        For j = 0 To theNumberOfElements - 1
            theString = theString & Result.PhraseInfo.Elements(theFirstElement + j).DisplayText
            theString = theString & " "
        Next

        Label2.Caption = Label2.Caption & _
            " = " & theString & " (" & theNumberOfElements & ")" & vbCrLf
    Next

EH:
    If Err.Number Then ShowErrMsg
End Sub

Private Sub ShowErrMsg()

    ' Declare identifiers:
    Const NL = vbNewLine
    Dim T As String

    T = "Desc: " & Err.Description & NL
    T = T & "Err #: " & Err.Number
    MsgBox T, vbExclamation, "Run-Time Error"
    End

End Sub
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