Greetings mac developer community!
First, its a relief to see many clear answers here on this board; thanks for reading this - you didnt have to! Now my question, beginning with my problem: i've tried all I know how to do with languages to change the example code in "SimpleSpeechRecExample" (part of the developer's package that comes with os 10.2) into a new desired form with no luck. Here's what Im trying to make happen:
1 words/phrases are recognized from mic from a list of words(how SimpleSpeechRec currently works)
2 words/phrases detected are stored in a variable (right? yikes)
3 variable loads specific tiff or jpeg to a 10x10 window from hd
An example of these changes would be someone saying "cat", cat being detected, and then in window "cat.tiff" would load from the hd.
I am really stuck here, and any kind of code example/hint would be of utmost help! Can anyone help me figure this thing out?
Last edited by telex; March 3rd, 2003 at 06:45 PM.
Another bit of sample code you might want to look at in the developer tools is the cocoa-java tutorial for a Celsius-Farenheit converter. I seem to remember it had a few different images stored as tiffs, and would substitute these into an image placeholder according to the temperature entered, so as to show a thermometer going from icy to steaming hot.
You'll find it in Developer/Documentation/Cocoa/JavaTutorial/
You should be able to adapt this idea for your project.
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