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Re: Getting close (Re: Accent SA in Emacspeak-22)





It's something IBM Screenreader provided originally and that was
what I used before I wrote Emacspeak --- it replaced 3 or more
occurrences of the same character with "awe N char" instead of
saying "char char char char".

The emacspeak implementation of the repeating pattern is a little
more sophisticated in that it can take regular expressions ---
see the code.



>>>>> "Gary" == Gary Lawrence Murphy <garym@teledyn.com> writes:
    Gary> I'm sure there's a logical explanation, but I have to
    Gary> ask:
    Gary> 
    Gary>    What is the expression "awe 3 dot" intending to
    Gary> mean?
    Gary> 
    Gary> on the Accent driver, the awe and the three get rammed
    Gary> together so it sounds more like "R 3" said quickly and
    Gary> then punctuated by dot.
    Gary> 
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--raman

      
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