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GrammarBuilder.Add Method

Creates a new GrammarBuilder that contains a sequence of two grammar elements.

This member is overloaded. For complete information about this member, including syntax, usage, and examples, click a name in the overload list.

  NameDescription
Public method Static member Add(Choices, GrammarBuilder) Creates a new GrammarBuilder that contains a Choices object followed by a GrammarBuilder object.
Public method Static member Add(GrammarBuilder, Choices) Creates a new GrammarBuilder that contains a GrammarBuilder object followed by a Choices object.
Public method Static member Add(GrammarBuilder, GrammarBuilder) Creates a new GrammarBuilder that contains a sequence of two GrammarBuilder objects.
Public method Static member Add(GrammarBuilder, String) Creates a new GrammarBuilder that contains a GrammarBuilder object followed by a phrase.
Public method Static member Add(String, GrammarBuilder) Creates a new GrammarBuilder that contains a phrase followed by a GrammarBuilder object.
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The static Add methods provide another mechanism by which you can combine various types to create diversity and flexibility in grammars built with GrammarBuilder. These methods correspond to the static Addition methods, which are also defined on the GrammarBuilder class. The order of the parameters determines the order of the elements in the new GrammarBuilder.

A GrammarBuilder can also be obtained from Choices, SemanticResultKey, SemanticResultValue, and String objects. For more information, see the Implicit(Choices to GrammarBuilder) and Addition operators.

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The speech recognizer can throw an exception when using a speech recognition grammar that contains duplicate semantic elements with the same key name or multiple semantic elements that could repeatedly modify the value of the same semantic element. For more information about building a speech recognition grammar that contains semantic information, see Using SemanticResultKey and SemanticResultValue Objects.

For more information about building and using speech recognition grammars, see Speech Recognition and Creating GrammarBuilder Grammars.

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