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Numerals Reading

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2019/02/04 08:32:39 (permalink)

Numerals Reading

Hi Greg,
 
I was wondering if you have a way to change the way of reading Numbers in @Voice. 
 
First is the "/"
Example
Text is:   4/801
What it reads is:    "four eighths  zero one"
What i hope for:    "four out of eight hundred and one" or "four of hundred and one"   or something similar 
* this one gets really confusing when the number gets bigger
 
Also The "." 
Example
Text is:                 16.15 
What it reads is:    Sixteen "pause" fifteen
What i hope for:    Sixteen point fifteen
 
By the way i still use Iv0na TTS so I guess most SSML Work on it.
 
Thanks,
Reyan

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    Re: Numerals Reading 2019/02/04 09:00:47 (permalink)
    Which version of @Voice are you using, and in which language is your text? I'm testing decimal numbers with dot, like 16.15 in English, and @Voice handles them fine, at least the latest version of @Voice. I reads 16 point one five. For fractions you could construct a RegEx replacement, maybe like:
     
    Type: RegEx
    Pattern: (\d+)(/)(\d+)
    Replace: $1 out of $3
     
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    Re: Numerals Reading 2019/02/04 12:00:54 (permalink)
    Thanks man,
     
    The "fractions" thing worked perfectly. and about the "decimal" reading, it just hit me that it could be because some speech replacement i made.
     
    Thanks again man, your a great help as always,
    Reyan
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