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RecognitionResult.GetAlternatesFromSelection Method

RecognitionResult.GetAlternatesFromSelection Method

Returns the RecognitionAlternates collection from a selection within the best result string of the RecognitionResult object, so that each RecognitionAlternate object in the collection corresponds to only one segment of ink.

Overload List

public RecognitionAlternates GetAlternatesFromSelection()
public RecognitionAlternates GetAlternatesFromSelection(Int32, Int32)
public RecognitionAlternates GetAlternatesFromSelection(Int32, Int32, Int32)

Remarks

A recognizer is likely to divide "how are you" into three segments—depending on the spacing between segments—one for each word. Call the GetAlternatesFromSelection method to return the alternates for only one segment of this selection.

Note the difference between the GetAlternatesFromSelection method and the AlternatesWithConstantPropertyValues, LineAlternates, and ConfidenceAlternates methods of the RecognitionAlternate object. Although the GetAlternatesFromSelection method returns a RecognitionAlternates collection in which each RecognitionAlternate object corresponds to only one segment of ink within a selection, the AlternatesWithConstantPropertyValues, LineAlternates, and ConfidenceAlternates methods return the RecognitionAlternates collection in which the RecognitionAlternate objects correspond to each segment of ink within a selection.

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