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Questions about termchar property

From: Deusdit Correa Cornejo <dcorrea@voxiva.net>
Date: Wed, 4 Aug 2004 17:53:54 -0500
To: <www-voice@w3.org>
Message-ID: <001f01c47a75$ebbfe2c0$2402a8c0@voxiva.net>

Hi everybody,

I have a question about the termchar property effect in a VoiceXML

In the Appendix D there some examples about the use of the termchar property
at the end of the input process.... but, what happend if you have defined,
for example, the termchar property like "#" and the first key pressed by the
user during a recognize proces (<field>) is "#"?

I have one idea, and please don't let me wrong, there will be a <noinput>
event. Is it the right way to intepretate this case? If so, I have another

How the VoiceXML Browser know if the <noinput> event has been launched
because the user pressed as a first dtmf the termchar ("#") or because the
user didn't pressed anything and a timeout has generated the <noinput>
event? I thought use the application.lastresult$utterance variable but the
specification (in the section 5.1.5) say "In contrast, a <noinput> event
does not change the value of "application.lastresult$"." so my choice was

I'd really appreciate any opinion about this question.

Best regards,

Deusdit Correa Cornejo
Technical Manager, Voxiva
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